Haridas is one the latest movies to hit the screens in Tamil cinema this weekend. Haridas has been directed the director G N R Kumaravelan who has earlier directed Ninaithale Inikum and Yuvan Yuvathi in Tamil cinema industry. Yuvan Yuvathi was a complete failure and the director seems to have learnt his lesson well. His learning experience has resulted in a good outing this time for the director who has given a good and satisfying watch with Haridas. Haridas stars actors Kishore and Sneha in lead roles and tells the greatness behind the parenting, sacrifice and purity of love.
Haridas (Prithviraj Das) is a kid suffering from autism and is being raised by his grandmother. However, now his father Sivadas (Kishore), a tough cop and encounter specialist, has to take care of him and brings him to Chennai. He consults a doctor and joins him in a school in which Amudhavalli (Sneha) works as a teacher. Sivadas finds it tough to raise his child as he need special attention. His professional agenda wants him to nail down a criminal (Pradeep Rawat). How his personal parenting burdens interfere with his professional agenda? What happens to him and his son?
The director G N R Kumaravelan definitely needs a pat on his back to come up with such a tight and compelling screenplay. Even though the screenplay is rigid, he incorporates room for emotions and feelings, which easily make an impact among the audiences. The movie at the same time does not get preachy, which shows the director’s good storytelling ability.
Kishore proves that he can take care of any role that he is offered with and Sneha again shines in a very dignified role. The kid Prithviraj Das makes the audience believe in his character very easily without any artificial expressions.
Overall, Haridas is a movie that definitely you should give a watch to understand the sacrifice and love behind parenting!