Miga Miga Avasaram 2019 Movie Reviews & Ratings
Miga Miga Avasaram is based on a female cop who has been assigned the task to be a bundobust to a VIP who has to answer nature’s call but her senior officer does not give her permission to leave. When a producer turns filmmaker. one can expect a mass masala venture Miga Miga Avasaram from him. However, breaking the cliche is Suresh Kamatchi.
His maiden directorial venture Miga Miga Avasaram speaks about the travails of women not just in their personal life but also on the professional front. The need for humanity is the message conveyed by him in a gripping story that runs a little over two hours. With limited characters, the movie begins on a hot afternoon and ends the same evening.
Miga Miga Avasaram 2019 Movie Review
Imagine being in a situation where you badly have to answer nature’s call, but you’re not able to move an inch because of the kind of task assigned to you at your workplace. Now, imagine if you’re a woman and your assignment is in the outdoor, in the scorching heat. This is the core idea of Suresh Kamatchi’s film Miga Miga Avasaram which has been aptly titled Miga Miga Avasaram.
Samandhi (Sri Priyanka) is a female cop who has been assigned the task to be a bundobust to a VIP coming from a different country to visit a popular festival in Srirangam temple, Trichy. After waiting for a long time patiently, she desperately feels like answering the nature’s call, but her senior officer makes sure that she goes through a hell of a time without allowing her the permission for the same, thanks to his grudge on her.
The story of Miga Miga Avasaram, though bizarre, could have been etched out as a watchable drama if the screenplay was engaging enough. Unfortunately, the series of proceedings lack depth and what could have been a short film has been far-stretched to a movie. The sloppy is another reason why the idea wasn’t executed well. We also get to see a few anti-social elements trying to wreak havoc on the temple premises, but it isn’t explored properly. The only takeaway is the decent performance by Sri Priyanka, who managed to convey the harrowing experience women face during such situations.
Miga Miga Avasaram 2019 Movie Story
Miga Miga Avasaram is woven around Sri Priyanka of Kangaroo fame. She is the lifeline of the movie. As a low-ranked cop Samanthi, she brings out the right emotions. A performance-oriented film provides her with the right opportunity to show her acting skills. And there is Vazhakku En… fame Muthuraman playing a role with grey shades. Goripalayam Harish, E Ramdas, V K Sundar, Cauveri Manickam are also in the cast. Cinematography is by Balabharani and music is by Ishan Dev. Filmmaker Cheran has penned a song glorifying women.
A small town in rural Tamilnadu gets ready to welcome a Sri Lankan leader who comes to visit a temple there. The local police take guard. A wicked police officer (Muthuraman) has his own agenda. He orders constables attached to his station to stand vigil at various places en route to the temple. He forces Sri Priyanka to stand in the middle of a bridge to keep vigil.
As the arrival of the leader takes time, Sri Priyanka witnesses trouble standing under the hot sun. The Inspector pays no heed to her request to relieve her for a few minutes so that she could attend nature’s call. A small flashback reveals that it is his plan to punish her for her previous actions. Meanwhile, there are a few scenes that unfold on the screen that show how responsible the homemaker she is and also committed to her profession. What transpires eventually that evening forms the climax.
The story may be wafer-thin, but the shrewd filmmaker has worked on screenplay well to ensure it is racy and at the same time brought out the right emotions. The need to respect women has been well brought out. Sri Priyanka has played her part well. Script by Jagannath is good. And Muthuraman fits the bill well. There is a cameo by Seeman. Ishan Dev’s music and Balabharani’s camera go hand-in-hand.
There may be a few minor flaws, but considering the purpose that Miga Miga Avasaram wants to serve, they can be overlooked. The right message for those in society with a patriarchal mindset.
Miga Miga Avasaram 2019 Movie Cast & Crew
- Sri Priyanka,
- Saravana Shakthi,
- V.K. Sundar,
- Guna, Vetri
Director Suresh Kamakshi
Music Director Ishaan Dev
Release Date 2019-10-11 In theatres
Positive Points Of The Movie
- The story, though bizarre, could have been etched out as a watchable drama if the screenplay was engaging enough.
- Unfortunately, the series of proceedings lack depth and what could have been a short film has been far-stretched to a movie.
- The only takeaway is the decent performance by Sri Priyanka, who managed to convey the harrowing experience women face during such situations.
Positive Points Of The Movie
- The sloppy is another reason why the idea wasn’t executed well.
- We also get to see a few anti-social elements trying to wreak havoc on the temple premises, but it isn’t explored properly.
If we go to the theater without seeing it as a small budget film, the film is very urgent. The film is expected to be a great reception for the public. Pictures like this should definitely be welcomed.