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Reviews for Jigarthanda Double X on Twitter describe the film as “bad, bold, and mad,” starring Raghava Lawrence and Karthik Subbaraj.

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Reviews for Jigarthanda Double X on Twitter describe the film as “bad, bold, and mad,” starring Raghava Lawrence and Karthik Subbaraj.

The latest cinematic offering, “Jigarthanda Double X,” starring Raghava Lawrence and helmed by director Karthik Subbaraj, has ignited a whirlwind of opinions on Twitter, with users describing the film as “bad, bold, and mad,” encapsulating the diverse spectrum of reactions it has evoked.

“Bad, Bold, and Mad”: A Twitter Verdict

Twitter users have been vocal in their appraisal of the film, branding it with the enigmatic trio of adjectives that encapsulate the unconventional nature of “Jigarthanda Double X.” The term “bad” seems to indicate the divisive reception of the film, suggesting that it doesn’t conform to conventional cinematic norms, invoking mixed feelings among audiences. “Bold” highlights the film’s audacious narrative and directorial choices, acknowledging its departure from the expected. Finally, “mad” reflects the perceived eccentricity or unconventional elements that have divided opinions among viewers.

Raghava Lawrence’s Unconventional Performance

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Raghava Lawrence’s portrayal in the film has stirred conversations on Twitter. Described as intense and unpredictable, his performance has drawn both praise and skepticism. Some laud his fearless approach to character interpretation, while others find the portrayal too avant-garde for their taste.

Karthik Subbaraj’s Directorial Vision

Director Karthik Subbaraj is no stranger to unconventional storytelling, and “Jigarthanda Double X” seems to be another testament to his distinctive style. The film’s narrative intricacies and unconventional character arcs have left audiences intrigued, albeit divided, over the director’s bold and unorthodox approach.

Mixed Twitter Reactions

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The film’s bold and unapologetic storytelling has led to diverse and polarizing opinions on Twitter. While some users commend its revolutionary approach, others criticize its lack of coherence or sensitivity in handling delicate themes. The “bad, bold, and mad” label has become a talking point among users, symbolizing the diverse range of opinions the film has sparked.

A Divisive Cinematic Experiment

“Jigarthanda Double X” emerges as a cinematic venture that deliberately challenges norms and conventions. It invites discussions on the boundaries of storytelling and cinematic expression. Raghava Lawrence’s bold portrayal and Karthik Subbaraj’s unconventional direction have steered the film into uncharted territories, making it a subject of both acclaim and debate on Twitter.

The diverse opinions reflect the evolving nature of cinema, where experimentation and divergence from the norm are celebrated and critiqued in equal measure.

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Disclaimer: Twitter reviews reflect the opinions of individual users and may not represent the collective view. Film appreciation is subjective, and diverse opinions about the movie exist among viewers.


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The Manjummel Boys team receives a legal notice from Ilaiyaraaja saying, “Remove the song Kanmani Anbodu Kaadhalan or…”

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The Manjummel Boys team receives a legal notice from Ilaiyaraaja saying, “Remove the song Kanmani Anbodu Kaadhalan or…”

In February 2024, the film Manjummel Boys, starring Sreenath Bhasi and Soubin Shahir, was released. The unauthorised use of renowned Tamil music composer Ilaiyaraaja’s song, Kanmani Anbodu Kaadhalan, from the Tamil film Guna (1991) in Manjummel Boys has resulted in legal trouble for the Malayalam film, according to The Hindu.

Makers of Manjummel Boys vs. Ilaiyaraaja

The Manjummel Boys makers were accused by Ilaiyaraaja of “illegally” using Kamal Haasan’s song Kanmani Anbodu Kaadhalan in their film without getting his “consent, permission or licence,” according to the report.

According to the notice sent through Ilaiyaraaja’s attorney, he wrote the song. The notice stated that “the same or any underlying gesture cannot be a substitute for our client’s permission/licence/content for such usage,” even though the Manjummel Boys creators had acknowledged this fact in the title cards.

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Select one of the two options.

Given that the musical piece had been used commercially without permission and without paying royalty or licence fees to Ilaiyaraaja, his legal team demanded that the producers of Manjummel Boys either get the composer’s consent or immediately remove the musical piece from their film in addition to making restitution for unauthorised usage.

The notice purportedly threatened to take appropriate legal action, both civil and criminal, against Shawn Antony, Babu Shahir, and Soubhin Shahir, the film’s producers, should they choose not to pursue either of the two options.

Concerning Manjummel Boys

In the survival drama Manjummel Boys, a group of eleven friends from Kerala are organising a trip to Tamil Nadu’s Kodaikanal. Their journey takes an unexpected turn when one of the friends falls into the Guna Caves, so named because of the 1991 film of the same name starring Kamal Haasan. The next scene in Manjummel Boys depicts the other friends fighting against all obstacles to save their friend.

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