Kayal is a romance film directed by Prabhu Solomon and produced by Madhan of Escape Artists Motion Pictures. The film, set against the backdrop of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.Wikipedia
Kayal is a technically well-made film, which was equally backed up by some awesome performances. A hat trick for Prabhu Solomon.
A thoughtfully-written script packed with honest emotions, plenty of humour, potent dialogues and excellent performances make Kayal worth a watch.
Well, the movie got loads of positives and it is watchable for sure, but it also makes the viewer think, how long will Prabhu Solomon takes the same route to achieve success? There isn’t a big difference between, Suruli (Mynaa), Bomman (Kumki), and Aaron (Kayal). And, anyone can switch their avatars and the audience will not be disappointed because of the similarities they carry.
On the whole, it is a technically magnificent and emotionally wrenching experience.
Toting up, Prabhu Solomon’s Kayal is a beautiful love story complemented by amazing visuals, exemplary music, some great performances and a greater writing....
With an excellent first half and a slightly melodramatic second half Kayal is a breezy watch and surely another winner from Prabhu Solomon.