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Releasing Date:-                01 Dec, 2023                      

Genre:-                                Drama

Cinema:-                              Movie (Tamil)  

Critic’s Rating:-                 Parking 4.0/5

Avg. Users’ Rating:-         Parking  4.0/5

IMDb Rating:-                     Parking  8.2/10

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Cast & Crew:-

Director:-          Ramkumar Balakrishnan

Actor:-                Harish Kalyan, M.S. Bhaskar, Indhuja Ravichandran

Parking Movie Story:-

A young couple moves into a new home, but the husband quickly becomes embroiled in a verbal spat with the present renter about parking space, which escalates into a full-fledged, filthy fight of egos.

Parking Movie Review:-

Parking is a film that follows a young couple, Eshwar and Aadhika, who move into a new house as tenants. The couple has a love-filled relationship, and Eshwar is determined to keep his wife happy. Their neighbor, Ilamparuthi, is an old-timer who enjoys fixing faulty appliances and saving money for his daughter’s marriage. The film begins with a conflict about parking space, which leads to a war of words between the two men.

Director Ramkumar Balakrishnan presents the story as just life unfolding in front of the viewer, making the viewer sit up and look forward to what comes next. The film is narrated in the tone of a thriller, with help from Philomin Raj’s sharp editing and Sam CS’s suspenseful background score. The structure of the film brings to mind the films of the late Malayalam filmmaker Sachy, but Balakrishnan pushes the tale into darker territory, making us feel wistful at what a hurt ego can do to seemingly nice individuals.

The rock-solid performances of the cast add realism and an edge to the story. MS Bhaskar plays a character who might come across when we step out of our homes, displaying a range of dark emotions such as indignation, envy, misplaced righteousness, anger, and cold-bloodedness. Harish Kalyan matches up to portray the hot-headedness of Eshwar, his hurt, and shame. Indhuja and Rama play the wives, and Prathana Nathan plays MS Bhaskar’s daughter, who is put in an extreme moral quandary by her father.

The relentless battle of egos becomes a bit exhausting towards the end, and despite its relatively short duration, the film is terrific from start to finish.

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