Sarpatta Parambarai Movie Review Rating: 4/5 Stars (Four stars)
Star Cast: Pa. Ranjith
Director: Arya, John Kokken, Kalaiyarasan, Dushara, Pasupathy and ensemble.
What’s Good: The runtime is almost 3 hours long, and not for a minute you feel the film is stretched or dragged. This in itself is the most significant victory. And, of course, Arya’s impeccable performance.
What’s Bad: Nothing that pulls down the energy. But there is a thing that could be done more profoundly. Will talk about that below.
Loo Break: it’s on OTT, pause when you go. If this were on the big screen, I wouldn’t have suggested you move even in the intermission.
Watch or Not?: WATCH! See what cinema is capable of. See how a sports drama is done. Or just entertain yourself as Arya punches every single obstacle his way.
Language: Tamil (with subtitles)
Available on: Amazon Prime Video
It is the 80s. In the North of Chennai, two clans, namely Idiyappa Parambarai and Sarpatta Parambarai are at loggerheads. Kabilan (Arya), a boxing enthusiast with a dark past with the sport, belongs to the latter clan and is kept away from boxing by his mother. When a challenge taken by his worshipped coach in the heat of the moment brings him to the ring, his life changes. What follows is his introduction to the world of being a popular boxer. The rise, the fall and the resurrection.
Sarpatta Parambarai Movie Review: Script Analysis
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