The director takes up the conversation that politicians in Dalit and non-Dalit communities use their caste for their own gain.
- The leader of the Liberation Tigers, Mr. Thol. Thirumavalavan
Today, not only Tamil Nadu but also India needs the screen character Kazhuvethi Moorkan. To be translated into all Indian languages, the director has crafted the characters and dialogues of the film to attack the entrenched caste strata in society.
Each of the verses is as if he was cutting, not hurting anyone or any community.
The story is subtly designed to make today’s youth come out of the caste structure.
Friendship should be formed across caste and it should be strong. The conversation between the two who become friends in this film teaches democracy to guide the entire society, it is not only the politicians but also the attitude of the ruling class (officials) that is responsible for the outbreak of large-scale conflicts between castes, and a dialogue in both Dalit and non-Dalit communities that politicians use their caste for their own gain. The director has it.
Friendship prevails between Moorkan and Bhoominathan who belong to two communities and the desire and dream of the director that if this is possible in practice is revealed,
Friendship should not be broken with caste. Love should not be thrown away with caste. Two loves come in this movie. This movie portrays that love should come across caste and language. Moorkan as the rising hero of the non-Dalit community and Bhoominathan as the shining hero of the Dalit community has skinned the ruling class with two characters, tore the veil of the politicians, the director has confirmed that the Valluvan’s voice is the highest for all living beings, this movie is a great lesson for casteists, religious, politicians and power hungry people. The film is Kazhuvethithi Moorkan.