‘Uttama Villain’ starring Kamal Haasan, Jayaram, Pooja Kumar, Urvashi, Parvathy Menon, Andrea and late K Balachander in the lead is a joint production of Thirrupathi Brothers and Raaj Kamal Films International. Actor/Director Ramesh Arvind has directed the movie.
Though the film’s release date got postponed for a couple of times, the movie has impressed all the audience and the fans are thrilled to watch their iconic stars perform astonishingly well on-screen.
‘Uttama Villain’ is a comedy drama movie which features Kamal Haasan as an 8th century theatre artist and a modern day superstar.
The story seamlessly travels between two eras and the entire star cast have done complete justice to the respective roles they have played.
‘Uttama Villain’ is an emotional classy movie which portrays all the emotions in equal proportions. The story revolves around the life of a superstar who has to make a perfect balance with his family and career.
The climax is the highlight of the movie and it has something really touching for the audience.
Kamal Haasan’s acting skills are being lauded by everyone and the immensely talented personality has yet again proved his versatility and dedication towards work.
Pooja Kumar, Andrea, Parvathy, Urvashi, MS Bhaskar have tried something new which they have not tried before and all of them excel in their performances.
Legends late K.Balachander and K Vishwanath, have been given pivotal roles and the giants don their respective roles with ease and expertise. Veteran actors Jayaram and Nassar amaze audience with their stunning performances and the characterization is really good.
Ramesh Arvind has come up with an emotionally strong movie which leaves the audience in tears as well as laughter.
Ghibran’s music and BGM adds immense strength to the movie. The promising composer has proved his mettle as a musician and is sure to go places.
Shamdat’s cinematography speaks for itself and the visuals are so fresh and vibrant to watch. The visualization of ‘Iraniya Nadagam’ is stunning and both the eras have been captured in an appealing manner.
Vijay Shankar’s editing keeps audience connected with the screenplay and his sharp editing techniques helps the fans to impeccably travel between both the eras.
In other words, ‘Uttama Villain’ is a must watch flick in order to experience the exuberant performances of a perfect star cast, fresh music of Ghibran and spectacular visuals in exotic locales.