After watching 25-30 mins of Easan I have to say a superbad movie! It would have taken two days to observe the upper class crowd in Madras - how an Industrialist daughter would be. Yet, they couldnt do that in this movie. It has an 80s bad masala movie feel - the portayal of life style of rich, this whole black and white picture - badly directed and badly acted as well - that was the initial part of the story.
But the real gut of the story is worse.
I dont know how Indian culture got to this point but why the HELL does a girl on whom a crime was commited have to be ashamed - why do we still portray it this way?
If you are robbed or hurt by some random villian - the shame is still on you? what sort of perverted logic is that? but that is what the movies portray again and again for rape victims. What a rape victim would feel is anger - Violation of body would make a feel angry - the villian being killed is ok. But first thing that would happen in Tamil cinema is killing of the victim - Seriously? because that is the only solution available to the girl.
Cant the girl take her revenge and lead a normal lie after that ? - why does she have to be killed. IF that sounds unreal hello - our cinema is all unreal.
This is why how Indira dealt with remains my single most favorite scene.