Kaithi Movie Review



” Kaithi” proceeds with the active characters with an aggressive script. The film carries towards 147 minutes, the solid screenplay dumped in a single night. “Kaithi” opens with a gangland forming the plan to take out Cocaine from the police custody, which was a huge value and it was seized by the police people and the ample of Cocaines has been hidden in the commissioner’s office.


At a party, police officers were in takes alcohol and it was filled with drug, within a few minutes all the officers gets unconsciousness except a cop Bejoy. In this scenario, Dilli (Karthi) who is a remanded guy and about to keep releasing order in his hand. Now, Bejoy helpless to safeguard his Co-officers and he looks for the help towards Dilli for dumping all the officers in a lorry by taking them to the hospital.

Unfortunately, Dilli missed his child for a decade and he eager to step in an orphanage to get his child back. In this crucial circumstances, Dilli decided to help Bejoy. On the other side, a newly joined police man Napoleon and the college students aggressively fights with a mafia gang who were jailed. To the grievous framings Dilli rescues the police people from the mafia group, the director takes the initiative to hyper the audience.

Dilli eccentric’s oral flashback doesn’t hold any strong impact. Even the film doesn’t contain romantic songs and Dilli doesn’t have a pair. Karthi gives the usual outlook and given mere performances, Sathyan Sooryan’s cinematography projects in an intense manner, the music director Sam CS’s BGM are given hands to the film. Overall, Vijay’s movie releases simultaneously, “Kaithi” obviously struggles a lot.



Karthi – Dilli

Narain – Bejoy

George Maryan – Napoleon

Ramana – Tips

Dheena – Kamatchi

Harish Uthaman – Adaikalam

Arjun Dass – Anbu

Hareesh Peradi

Mahanadi Shankar

Amzath Khan


Director – Lokesh Kanagaraj

Written – Lokesh Kanagaraj

Music by – Sam C. S.

Cinematography – Sathyan Sooryan

Edited by – Philomin Raj