Mandela Movie Review: It is a first-rate political satire that shows how deep-seated caste is in an Indian’s life

Hairdressers who are less able to become Game Changer in the local body’s election. In a village where caste politics ruled perch. Can he bring some changes to people’s lives?

Mandela Madonne Ashwin, which is not conventional in a different way:

This is the latest to join a list of political satires in Tamil cinema. It does not belong to a film with Yogi Babu doing what he expects or what he often does. The film began with several people in rural areas who did not regret involvement in open defecation. Moments later, they realized that public toilets had been built in their village, very surprising them. Happiness and astonish, especially on a woman’s face, palpable.

However, their pleasure was short-lived – when the men there. Which were divided into two groups based on caste. It began to fight for who had to use the toilet first. They jointly decided the parents (Sangili Murugan) the two caste groups looked at ‘inaugurating’ toilets. But this problem only gets worse after some time. The whole stretch is funny, to say the least, thanks to each character’s performance in the frame.

Then, the village prepared local bodies and the leaders of the two groups of cast count. The total number of votes of each party they would likely collect. When they both realized that they got the same number of votes. From all their respective cast members. They got to hope to get one more voice to appear as elections in elections. Interestingly, so far is that the hairdresser is underprivileged (Yogi Babu).

In villages that do not have an identity:

To prove its citizenship gets a voter ID card with Nelson Mandela’s. The name suggested by the Post Office employee. No one in the village, ‘Elicha Vayan’ as he meant by most of the population there. Just became the favorite of both groups overnight. He could live a king-sized life because both of them seduce him for free. But a little, he knew that voting for one group would invite other people’s wrath.

This film is hilarious than the word goes, even though it deals with string relevant, sensitive topics. The screenplay that reflects politics today has several dialogues that provoked the thought of Freebies. The pretending candidates, various election tactics, etc. Artists who even appear in scenes or two stands out. Thanks to the writings and humor that can live in it.

Yogi Babu Mandela passes through various emotions:

Just because of a roller-coaster trip in his life. There are a few moments where we feel it when the naive character becomes helpless. There are a few moments where we cheer for him when he gets a scene. It reminds us of the mass scene from our superstar. There is an unusual auction scene where two groups of caste. Who plans to cut the protagonist’s arm, but the way a structured scene makes us split.

We have more than enough films with heroes saving a village, with a mass-y scene written around it. Among the many scenes in Mandela, a prominent. The interesting sequence is where all villages come together. For saving the vulnerable heroes. Films, which are unable to have the best performance of Yogi Babu to date. They are also assisted by earnest performances by Shella Rajkumar. The GM Sundar, and Kanna Ravi, among others.

Vidhu Ayyanna Visual Indah Desa, a reasonable cutting Philomon Raj. Bharath Sankar’s music acted as an ideal catalyst for the charming Madonne narrative.