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Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies

Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies

Saala KhadoosJan. 28, 2016109 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – An under-fire boxing coach, Prabhu is transferred from Hisar in Haryana to Chennai as his bosses at the Boxing Council do not like his disrespectful rule-breaking unconventional ways. In Chennai, he chances upon the raw fighting talent of Madhi, the sibling of aspiring boxer Lakshmi. He decides to put all his effort to tame Madhie and get her to shine but he is repeatedly put off by her playfulness & distrust.
Plot: A grumpy boxing coach takes on a young, rebellious woman under his wings and starts training her for the world championship. But their biggest battle has to be fought outside the ring.
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It is inevitable that a sports film will hew to a certain formula — the discovery of an extraordinary talent, the practice montage, the challenges on and off the field, the grand finale with an outcome that could either be rousing or downbeat. So, it is not surprising that the outlines of Irudhi Suttru, a boxing drama, are familiar. We have a grumpy coach, a rebellious student, politics from the sport’s administrators, jealousy from rivals and a tense climactic bout. But what makes the film stand out is how superbly the director, Sudha Kongara uses these plot points to paint her canvas.

The film begins with Prabhu (Madhavan), a once-promising boxer failed by the system and now a no-nonsense coach, being forced to move to Chennai due to internal politics in the boxing association. In Chennai, Prabhu comes across Madhi (Ritika Singh), a rowdy fisherwoman who has a natural flair for boxing, and whose sister, Lakshmi (Mumtaz Sorcar) is training for the boxing championship. Prabhu offers to teach the hot-headed Madhi, who is enthusiastic about the sport but is put off by the coach’s stern attitude. The two warm up to each other and Madhi even develops a crush on Prabhu. But there are forces that threaten to derail both their dreams.

The writing is strong for the most parts of Irudhi Suttru and the excellent cast effortlessly conveys the various shades of their characters. The beefed-up Madhavan might be the film’s anchor but it is the pocket-sized dynamo Ritika’s performance that gives it its punch. The supporting cast is superb. We know what Nasser and Radha Ravi are capable of, but Kaali Venkat, as the girls’ drunkard father who converts to Christianity just to make a few bucks, manages to overtake these veterans with his finely-calibrated performance. If there is a chink in the armour, it is the characterisation of the antagonist, Dev, who is one-note and cliched. And the (type)casting of Zakir Hussain for this role doesn’t help either.

The little touches, like the observation on Chennai’s poster culture (one of the posters welcoming Prabhu calls him ‘Boxing Loin’!), the fact that Madhi’s mother is a north Indian, that Madhi is a fan of Dhanush, the relationship between Radha Ravi and Madhavan, the explanation Lakshmi gets for why Prabhu prefers Madhi, add a bit of quirkiness to the tale. The fight scenes are also tensely choreographed and are plausible unlike the over-the-top boxing scenes that we saw recently in Bhooloham. But it is the relationship between Prabhu and Madhi is what drives the film and the director makes it amply clear that she needs him as much as he needs her. Their scenes have a charge that keeps us hooked and it is only when Prabhu disappears for a brief while in the second half that we understand how crucial their scenes together are for the film. On the whole, it might not deliver a knockout punch, but Irudhi Suttru manages to land punches that constantly surprise us (the rousing climax ensures that we walk out with a smile) and in a good way.

Review By: timesofindia Rating: 7 Date: 2016-02-01
> One can only show their passion for something, it’s the others who are able to see their talent.

Inspired by the boxing culture of the north Chennai. It tells how Indians took the sport in their hand and mastered it, specially this film focused on the women boxing. It is definitely a confident boosting film if you are an ambitious sportsperson. But looks like its for adults due to too much use of the rude language. That really did surprise me, because it is expected for a Bollywood film, but Kollywood has a different culture and it was very strong.

It was not actually about Madhavan, he was just a coach like sharookan from ‘Chak de India’. So it is about a young girl named Madhi, who hailed from a poor fisher family. Without any education and social manners, how she makes her fortune turnaround after a new chief boxing coach finds her passion and skill towards the sport. The remaining narration is all about her journey from the slum to the boxing championship.

It kind of reminded me the story of a flower girl from the streets who makes to the high society in the film ‘My Fair Lady’. Except here, it was replaced by the boxing. With a bit of romance, music/musical, humours, as well as rivalries and corruption this film is a quite entertaining. Well directed film, but I’m slightly not happy with the screenplay. Because, no doubt, it is a fine theme yet too much localised for domestic market. As a result, if you’re an International audience, there’s an issue to understand the culture and language translation the loses its originality in the subtitle.

And one more thing is that the background score was good, but disappointing songs, though its video was decent. Awesome performances, especially by Ritika Singh, and Madhavan. The tale was told from his perspective, but Ritika takes the lead with her skillful show in the both, acting and boxing. For the Indians it is surely a must see and one of the best sports films in the recent time, but for the rest of the world, it falls into a decent category.


Review By: Reno Rating: 7 Date: 2016-07-04
Great to see Hindi film with meaningful content
Very refreshing to see Hindi film with meaningful content. Air Lift and now Saala Khadoos. Maddy and Ritika has done a great job and for a small film its amazing to see what they have done that big filmmaker fail to do. wish more of films like these comes out of our bollywood.

The technical details and able to have a realistic fights like what Ritika has done is very believable and sad to know that we have talented people in every field but blocked by these goons politicians. as Maddy said correctly in the film, remove the politics from the sport and you will find champions in every ally of the country. imagine what India can do in Boxing, and other sports, how about Soccor qualified for FIFA?

Review By: me-706-787946 Rating: 10 Date: 2016-01-29
Wonderful (g)love story!
When a very good script backed by several months of hard work meets a team of brilliantly performing cast, brilliant cinematography, excellent BGM and edited in a streamlined fashion with a very good flow into and out of the songs, you get IRUDHI SUTTRU.

Right from frame one, one can notice the detailing and clever editing in every scene. To make it appeal to all section of audience, there should be some drama but it should contribute to the main plot. Sudha Kongara smartly scripted this one where almost every shot is important and contributing to the movie. There was a slight deviation but it didn’t affect the course of the movie.

Overall detailing and Performance at its best. It reminds us a female lead actor doesn’t have to make a skin show to make us hold on to the seat.

Sudha Kongara – Madhavan – Ritika Singh – Take a bow!

9/10 – A wonderful Boxing Drama that can be enjoyed by all classes!

Review By: naveensankaran18 Rating: 9 Date: 2016-01-31

Other Information:

Original Title இறுதிச்சுற்று
Release Date 2016-01-28
Release Year 2016

Original Language ta
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min), 1 hr 49 min (109 min) (India)
Budget 300000
Revenue 2100000
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Drama, Sport
Director Sudha Kongara
Writer Sudha Kongara, Madhavan, Arun Matheshwaran
Actors Madhavan, Nassar, Radha Ravi
Country India
Awards 11 wins & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies
Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies
Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies
Irudhi Suttru 2016 123movies
Original title இறுதிச்சுற்று
TMDb Rating 7.4 39 votes

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