Paramapadham Vilayattu Review : Paramapadham Vilayattu

Paramapadham Vilayattu reminds us of the passing of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in several ways. Chezhiyan (Vela Ramamoorthy), the state CM who enjoys a massive following, is hospitalized and his political party is on the verge of splitting in two. Amid a heated discussion among party members about who should be the next CM, Gayatri (Trisha), the doctor who treated the CM smells foul play in the death of the first. She gets evidence related to the suspicious death, but is kidnapped along with her daughter. Is the death of the CM a murder? Who has kidnapped the doctor?
The film, which begins in a bungalow where Gayatri is tied to a chair, spends more than enough time to show how he escapes the place with his daughter. The bullies chase her and her daughter, but they split up after a point. With a not-so-bad plot, the movie becomes a boring watch as the story progresses, thanks to predictable and uninteresting sequences. Although Trisha and Baby Manasvi did a decent job in their respective roles, the ineffective twist in the climax, the inclusion of a song, and characters that lack depth spoil the premise. Procedures also get a bit slow after a point, which tests viewers’ patience.

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