Gatta Kusthi 2022 Movie Review
Release date: 2 December 2022 (India)
Director: Chella Ayyavu
Produced by: Ravi Teja; Vishnu Vishal; Shubhra; Aryan Ramesh
Cast: Vishnu Vishal, Aishwarya Lekshmi
Language: Tamil, and Telugu
Veera, a male chauvinist, is seeking a bride with his own preconceived set of conditions. However, he unexpectedly ends up marrying Keerthi who is the polar opposite of his expectations. What will happen when the truth is revealed?
Gatta Kusthi 2022 Movie Review:
One of the most hilarious movies in 2022, coming from Tamil Cinema after a very long time. Gatta Kusthi was definitely interesting, comic, and touching on core values. Karunas (playing Veera’s uncle) was in part responsible for this because he went above and beyond. His chauvinistic mannerisms and comments were too funny.
Vishnu Vishal and Aishwarya Lekshmi were simply fantastic Kudos to Redin Kingsley playing the temple servant petrified by his wife. Munishkant and Kali Venkat do strengthen the screenplay with their flawless act.
The plot starts with groom hunting and is a usual family drama but with a sports connection. The majority of the movie revolves around the female character and the sport. The protagonist has silly expectations from the bride which helps in some good comedy and an entertaining 1st half.
The 2nd half is equally good, except for the villain part which was not at all needed. It seems forced just to have a wrestling fight at the end.
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Aishwarya Lekshmi is en-route successful female character lead movies like Nayantara, but it gets boring as most of her past films theme looks the same with marriage, society, and a strange husband.
But they totally forgot about men’s and described men’s as the dumbest creatures in this world. Even, Aiswarya’s last movie “Ammu” too talks about husband and his bad behavior.
The movie has a good sense of humor but it is lacking logic in many places and the final between hero and villain is utter nonsense and complete disrespect for sports people.
The villain is a trained fighter and the hero just trains himself for the last 15 days and defeats the villain which is the usual plot in at least more than 100 Tamil movies the pregnancy of the heroine before the fight completely shifts the expectation of the movie.
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which is somewhat worrying considering the message it is trying to convey that the hero should have faced the heroine and it would have been more interesting to see the thought process of the director. The unusual ending to the movie.
A perfect family entertainer to watch this weekend with your family. Leave the flaws, and message – Enjoy a feel-good movie with your family.