I wonder why Surya made such a movie. Just because he figured he should do at least one bloody gory violent movie, you know, just to add to his repertoire of roles? It was a horrible movie and I'd give it a 4 on 10 only because Surya does an excellent job. He emotes very well. Was there even a need for Trisha? About the only part I thought was passable was when Surya, drunk at a restaurant where Trisha's eating, goes on to talk about the current attire of women. Whatever he said did ring with the truth. I thought this movie was going to be a comedy, the whole rowdy guy, smart intelligent modern woman. Oh! NO! This movie is no different from any other nonsensical, violent, masala movie. The only reason I watched the movie right up till the end was because I'm always interested in how a movie or a book ends. If you're looking for anything new like the slickly made Kaaka Kaaka or the rousing Aayutha Ezhuthu which actually made full use of Surya's talents, you're barking up the wrong tree. Looking forward to Jil Endru Oru Kaadhal with A R Rahman's music to back him up.
Action / Thriller
["Action "," Thriller"]
A young orphan grows up under the mentorship of a wealthy real estate businessman, who has many illegal dealings and does his bidding, legal and illegal. However, when his mentor betrays him, he decides to break his vow of fealty and exact revenge against his master for backstabbing him. How will his future unfold? Written by Santhosh
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Jul 20, 2020 at 10:46 pm