Kadaisi Vivasayi Movie Download Isaimini Kuttymovies Moviesda 720p: In drought-hit villages, most farmers sell their land as there has been no crop for many years.
The only remedy is to perform the traditional ritual with paddy from the first harvest of the season.
They seek the help of Mayandi, the only farmer in the village who has a piece of his ancestral land. Now they have to cut his land by joining hands.
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|Movie Name:||Kadaisi Vivasayi|
|Directed By:||M. Manikandan|
|Release Date:||11 February 2022|
There is something different about director M Manikandan that sets him apart from his peers, if his body of work — Kaaka Muttai, Kuttrame Thandanai and Aandavan Kattalai — were to be considered.
His debut film Kaaka Muttai was a masterpiece: a children-centred film that uses a Satyajit Ray-like humanist realism to make a searing point on consumerism and class differences.
Aandavan Kattalai was a light-hearted take on aspirations, but also depicted its story and characters as close to reality without giving up on humour and cinematic sense.
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This writer hasn’t seen Kuttrame Thandanai but just the two other movies were enough to whet the appetite of viewers who had to wait months for the release of Kadaisi Vivasayi (The Last Farmer), Manikandan’s fourth film and perhaps the most poignant of the lot.
As the title indicates, Kadaisi… is a take on the state of affairs in Indian farming today. The trope is familiar; very few in today’s rural India see merit in farming as a viable vocation and rare is the villager today who aspires to keep engaged in the rough and tumble that comes with agriculture.
But what sets Kadaisi… apart is the treatment given to the subject, and that is where Manikandan’s craft comes into play.
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Similar to his Kaaka Muttai and Lenin Bharathi’s Merku Thodarchi Malai, the key roles in this film are not played by actors, or at least by those who are familiar to audiences.
This is clearly done for the purpose of authenticity. Except for Vijay Sethupathi and Yogi Babu, both of whom appear in cameos, there are no other prominent faces.
The central character, Maayandi (Nallandi), is played by a person who cannot be anyone else but an inveterate farmer himself. Other supporting roles are also essayed by locals of a village near Usilampatti, where the film is set in.
What differentiates these characters and actors from typical Tamil films with a rural backdrop, is that these are not simply bystanders or spectators who occupy screen space, but look and behave like real people.