Idiot Tamil Movie Download in 480p 720p 1080p: The son of a head constable was thrashed by the goons of a rival gang; He was rescued by a girl and taken to the hospital.
After regaining consciousness, he learns of his Savior and falls in love with him; Later it is revealed that she is the daughter of the commissioner.
Idiot, the latest entry in the horror-comedy league, doesn’t take itself too seriously. One may wonder if this is a good sign for comedy, but the problem here is that the film doesn’t take its audience too seriously.
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|Directed By:||Puri Jagannadh|
|Release Date:||1 April 2022|
I understand Rambhala, the makers of Lolu Sabha, intends to give a ‘joke-a-minute experience’ but the effort and the idea behind that famous show is missing here.
For example, Shiva, who is suffering from mental illness, looks at Nikki and asks, “Neanga use Panera Powder Bleaching Powder Dhana?” In another scene, Radin sneaks into the back of a car and exclaims, “Lori kula yariten!”
These strange efforts are just the tip of the iceberg. Rambhala bombards us with such thoughtless scenes in the psychiatric ward that make us wonder whether we should seek out a therapist ourselves.
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Though Idiot has several ideas that propel the screenplay, it doesn’t have a cohesive plot.
While making ‘daring’ moves like this, a filmmaker must ensure that the randomness on-screen amounts to some kind of fun or thrill, but here, only the team of Idiot seems to be having a great time unlike us.
Shiva is an actor who has carved a unique style for himself in deadpan comedy. His jokes usually land when he doesn’t try too hard.
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But here, the occasional laughter vanishes once he becomes an asylum inmate and tries to ‘act’. On the other hand, we just feel sad for the female actors, Nikki and Akshara.
They feel so out of place in the haphazard narrative and it feels like they are equally uninterested in the proceedings like us.
Sharan’s representation in our cinema has always been an issue. We either picture them as fun circuses or brutal torture chambers; They are nowhere in the middle.
Rambhala chooses the first one and in an effort to do so, he portrays most of his characters with mental illness, which breaks the double entenders.
Things take a whole new level when a male prisoner dresses up in a dhwani and performs terrifying dance moves to a song.