Synopsis/Plot : Cuckoo is the celebration of what you could term as unadulterated love. Two noble souls who live a life of dignity despite their visual impairment fall in love. The film tracks their individual lives, the interesting circumstances that lead to them falling in love and then the hardships they need to face to unite.
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Cuckoo - Poetic as its Title
Raju Murugan catches your attention even as the starting credits roll with famous dialogues from different films resonating against a dark screen which is how these films would have been felt by the visually impaired. The love story itself has been dealt as a normal one. (more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Watch Cuckoo, and blindly fall in love with the movie.
Raju Murugan's sensibility on focussing on Suthanthira Kodi's feet instead of her face, whenever she walks down to meet Thamizh proves that he has been particular about narrating his tale from the point of view of the characters in the movie. (more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
A Journey of unseen love!
Though there are some elements that might give a documentary feel to this movie, on the whole there is nothing to complain and it's a must go movie for its direction, music, and aspiring acting sure to enthrall our emotions. (more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
Cuckoo is a bold and daring film with a great first half which is lively and entertaining.
Debutant director and writer Raju Murugan's Cuckoo is straight from the heart. It is technically a well-made film though too heavy and melodramatic towards the climax. (more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Cuckoo is totally worth it, definitely a must watch.
The director takes us into the world of the very self-sufficient and independent blind community, who go about their everyday life, just as any of us would do. There is no unnecessary moping or attempt to arouse empathy. Instead of making it drab, dark and depressive, the director has chosen to make...(more)
Source: S Saraswathi, Rediff.com
Visually-challenged Tamizh and Suthanthirakodi fall in love with each other, but her self-centred brother wants to marry her off to his friend, which leads to the lovers' separation. Can their love help them find each other?(more)
Source: M. Suganth, Times Of India
In the film Cuckoo the proceedings become boring and stale after a while and hence we fail to take much interest in what happens to the blind lovers towards the end. (more)
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|No.||Song Title||Lyric Writer||Performer(s)||Listen here|
|1||“Enda Mapla”||Gana Bala||Gana Bala, Sathish, Dhee||Listen|
|2||“Manasula Soora Kaathey”||Yugabharathi||RR, Divya Ramani||Listen|
|4||“Agasatha”||Yugabharathi||Kalyani Nair, Pradeep Kumar||Listen|
|5||“Kalyanamam Kalyanam”||Yugabharathi||Andony Dasan||Listen|
|6||“Kodaiyila”||Yugabharathi||Vaikom Vijayalakshmi, Kalyani Nair, Pradeep Kumar||Listen|