Suresh Sangaiah’s ‘Sathiya Sothanai’ has a few mild laughs, but the satire never stings

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The film feels like an early draft of Thondimutthalum Driksakshiyum, a great Dileesh Phosan movie that combines crime, humor and satire.

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Ol Kidain Karnai Manu is one of the great recent debut features. Suresh Sangaiah’s second feature, Satya Sotanai, stitched from the same fabric. Again there is a rural atmosphere (alupkottai) and quirky characters and situations, but this time the magic is lacking. The story begins with a man being murdered for jewelry. He has a lot of gold chains so he can open a shop. A short time later, the main character, a not-so-clever man named Pradeep (Premji Amaren), encounters a corpse, setting off a chain of events involving Pradeep’s family, his fiancée, a gang of corrupt and incompetent police officers, an enraged judge, a stolen walkie-talkie and most importantly, a cheerful old lady dressed in white. The crux is where are the jewels that the dead man wore?

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