Saani Kaayidham (2022) Review

Saani Kaayidham (2022) Review

Saani Kaayidham Movie Review: When Saani Kaayidham starts, you could believe that you have entered the universe of its chief Arun Matheswaran's Rough once more. We have a highly contrasting chance of a man watching out at the ocean from a window and it in a split second helps you to remember the window of the structure from which Bharathirajaa's personality maintained his criminal business in that film.

In this preface, set in 1989, Paradesapattinam, in a practically solid shot, we see this man Sangayya (Selvaraghavan) holding up by the window while the cries of a lady being tormented are heard behind the scenes.

Into the casing strolls a lady who gives him a rundown and declares that she has the area of individuals they are later. Together, they stroll once again into the room where the lady is. The lady, Ponni (Keerthy Suresh), asks him for lamp fuel, and leaves to get it from their van, demanding that he doesn't kill her, for she needs to consume her to death.

In an exceptionally smart general media match, we have the chance of Sangayya lighting up a match to illuminate a beedi and the lady being illuminated. Their task finished, the two stroll back to the van to proceed with their main goal.

An underprivileged caste police officer and her half-brother chase down the guys from the dominant caste who assaulted her and burnt her husband and child alive.

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