Review: Chinanchiru Kiliyae

Chinanchiru Kiliyae is an emotional tale that speaks of father-daughter bonding in the backdrop of the need to promote traditional medical method.
Directed by Sabarinathan Muthipandian, it features Sentjilnathan, Sandra Nair, Archana Singh among others. Been screed at various film festivals, it garnered enough accolades too.
Senthilnathan believes in traditional medical methods and leads a happy life in a village. He is married to Sandra Iyer.
The latter develops medical.complications during her pregnancy. She gets admitted to a hospital whereva baby girl is born to her but Sandra Nair passes away. Senthilnathan lives with his daughter and pours all his love on her. One day the daughter gets kidnapped. Why and did Senthilnathan get her back forms the rest.
The movie tries to speak a lot of things. From medicines, to dad-daughter love and some action, it has all. But the execution could have been better.
Senthilnathan is passable while Sandra Nair is beautiful. Archana Singh plays her role well.
Masthan music has hummable times while Pandian Karuppan’s camera is okay.
Chinanchiru Kiliyae is a decent fare which speaks few issues loud.