Kutti Pisasu

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Kutti Pisasu
Directed by Rama Narayanan
Produced by Rama Narayanan
Written by K. Seetharam (Kannada dialogues),
Pugazhmani (Tamil dialogues)
Music by Deva
Cinematography K. Selvaraj
Edited by Rajkeerthi
Release date
  • 7 May 2010 (2010-05-07)
Country India
Language Tamil

Kutti Pisasu is a 2010 Indian multilingual fantasy film written and directed by Rama Narayanan, in his 121st venture. The film stars Baby Keerthika, Sangeetha, Ramya Krishnan, Ramji and Nassar in lead roles.[1] The film was simultaneously made in Telugu and Kannada as Cara Majaka and Bombat Car with slightly different supporting cast. Tamil version was dubbed in Hindi as Magic Robot.


The film opens with Kinathadi Kaali (Ramya Krishnan) establishing her prowess with a couple of sequences, including reducing a screen scorcher (Nasser) to a pale shadow.

Cut to the present,Priya (Keethika), the intelligent daughter of a couple (Ramji and Sangeetha), who treats her like the apple of their eyes. And soon, she is possessed by the spirit of Savithri (Kaveri) who is ditched by her fiancé Nanjappan (Riyaz Khan).

With the help of Kinathadi Kaali, it is the now the turn of Savithri and her brother Karuppu (Ganja Karuppu) to take revenge. How they punish Nanjappan and his sorcerer friend Mandiramoorthy (by joining hands with computer graphics) is the rest of the story.


Telugu version
Kannada version

Critical reception[edit]

Tamil version

Sify wrote "The special effects and graphics are just ok; otherwise there is nothing in the film. Ramanarayanan has tried to mix witchcraft, sorcery, crass comedy with modern graphics borrowed from films like ?The Transformer? and ?The Car?. It is meant strictly for the consumption of interior Tamil Nadu audiences."[2] Times of India wrote "This is strictly for the masses, and although may turn out to be cotton candy for mothers and kids, you can't help feeling that Rama Narayanan has been away from direction for too long. It shows."[3] Rediff wrote "Story-wise, there's no great variation from predecessors like all the Amma movies but this one comes with an interesting ghost-twist. On the flip side, the production values are tacky, the acting juvenile and the screenplay downright silly."[4]

Kannada version

Indiaglitz wrote "Quite often the tricks in this flick and Baby Kirthika stunning performance are sure to attract the attention. The technology usage despite of inspiration from the Hindi film 'Tarzan the Wonder Car', Hollywood's 'Transformers', 'Anaconda' etc Rama Narayanan has given a convincing film that is a Paisa Vasool. The robot that his technical team arrived at is another redeeming feature of this film."[5]


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