Richie Movie Review

Richie Review

Richie Movie Review

Richie is a Tamil crime drama movie direction by newcomer Gautham Ramachandran.The movie Richie cast includes Nivin Pauly, ‘U Turn’ fame Shraddha Srinath and Prakash Raj in the lead roles.The actor, who enjoys a good fan following among film buffs of urban Tamil Nadu, made his Kollywood debut in Neram.After that Premam also became a big hit among the tamil fans.

Richie is a remake of new age Kannada crime drama movie ‘Ulidavaru Kandanthe’. The movie also includes Lakshmi Priya, actor Vishal’s dad GK Reddy and Ashok Selvan in guest role.
Natarajan Subramaniam, Prakash Raj, Raj Bharath and Tulasi are among the cast. B Ajaneesh Loknath has composed music for the flick and Pandi Kumar wielded the camera.  Athul Vijay’s editing is also another highlight of the film. One of the major highlights of Ulidavaru Kandante was the music composed by Ajaneesh Lokanath. Richie has the young music director’s compositions too. He has already made his Kollywood debut with the much-acclaimed Kurangu Bommai.
Nivin pauly done his role perfectly and naturally.His dailogue presentations,body language and all are really made the role good. The usually demure Nivin Pauly’s transformation as the angry, cussing, paan-spitting Ritchie would be exciting for his fans.
The film narrates incidents from the perspective of five people that lead to a mysterious death.Nivin Pauly plays the title role of a thug. The story is centred around the murder that takes place during a local fair. Shraddha Srinath will be seen as a journalist who tries to put the peices together from different people to get a clear picture about the incident.She takes up the task of investigating an incidence for a story write up. As she gets many people’s point of view on one particular incidence, she concludes her story as seen by rest.What is that incidence? Will she comes to final conclusion in her investigation? Who are the people involved in the incidence? These forms the crux of the story, which you need to enjoy it on silver screen.