Simbu's The Life of Muthu Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Muthu (Silambarasan TR), a man from a lower caste, and his mother go to Mumbai, where Muthu struggles with his own sense of who he is. His life seems to be going swimmingly until one fateful night when he witnesses a murder while working as a waiter at a local restaurant.

After that, everything in his life changes, and he starts dealing drugs. Finally, what turned him into a criminal? The story continues by detailing Muthu's journeys.

Silambarasan, Siddhi Idnani, Raadhika Sarathkumar, Siddique, Neeraj Madhav, and Angelina Abraham all had roles in the film. Gautham Vasudev Menon helmed the project.

The first few minutes of the film introduce Muthu, a gangster, in a fascinating way. The story continues as it follows Muthu through his early years, which seem to linger at first but pick up speed once he arrives in Mumbai.  In the film, we see him go from a young man in Mumbai struggling to make ends meet to an adult committing heinous crimes.

The film's overall Tamil flavor should help it do well at the box office, but it could fall flat in Telugu due to a lack of powerful feelings and nonsensical dubbing, especially in the voice-over script.

The Life of Muthu will contribute to the success of the trio consisting of Simbu, Gautham Vasudev, and A.R. Rahman. For once, Gautham Vasudev Menon chose a topic that wasn't related to love stories or police dramas, and he succeeded in keeping the audience interested all the way through.

The technical aspects of The Life of Muthu are superb. A.R. Rahman, as usual, does a fantastic job of elevating a lot of scenes with his background score, and the film's cinematography, by Siddhartha Nun, is one of its greatest strengths.

Similarly, impressive work was done by several other technological departments. A diverse group of viewers can find enjoyment in The Life of Muthu, an excellent gangster drama.

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