My Dear Bootham movie, directed by N. Ragavan and produced by Ramesh P Pillai, is released in theaters today. Children thoroughly enjoy the movie.
My Dear Bootham is a story about Karkimuki (Prabhudeva), the ghost of the father, who buys the curse of the sage’s son and turns him into a puppet. The main character frees the ghost that is trapped, which in turn solves the problems of the first with his magical powers. Prabhu Deva turns into a Bootham who does what needs Ashwanth Ashokkumar who set him free. The ghost has to do one thing, go back to his world and join his son, did Thirunavukarasu do it? Did the Bootham come back to his world? That’s the story of the movie.
My Dear Bootham is a film aimed entirely at children. In addition, children under the age of ten will enjoy this film. Ashwanth Ashokkumar plays in this film and has a stammering problem. That’s why his fellow students tease him severely at school. Bigg Boss Samyuktha, who comes as a teacher, did a good job.
The greatest assets of the film are the performances of Prabhu Deva and Ashwanth Ashok Kumar. They both excel in emotional scenes rather than funny scenes. The director’s attempt to bring the social concept into the screenplay to appeal to children is a plus of the film.
All characters, including the supporting roles, have done justice to their roles. Imman music is an added plus for the movie, My Dear Bootham. It’s a great movie for kids with a mix of comedy and emotion. It evokes positive thoughts in the children.
Although the film is aimed at children, there are many VFX errors and excessive animation spoiled the rendering scenes. But when it comes to children’s watches, that’s okay.
Prabhu Deva, Ramya Nambessan and Ashwanth Ashokkumar are the protagonists in the movie My Dear Bootham. Watch My Dear Bootham in theaters with kids starting today.
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