Starcast: Karthi, Kajal Agarwal, Jaya Prakash and others
Banner: Studio Green Films
Production: K.E. Gnanavel Raja
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Editing: Kasi Viswanathan
Shiva (Karthi), a cool guy who takes life the way it is meets Priya (Kajal Agarwal), a confused girl and as in every Indian cinema- they fall in love. When Priya’s papa refuses to lend his daughter’s hand to him, He mends his ways for her love. Four badies tries to kill Shiva’s father. Who are they? What did they do? And the rest is about what Karthi does to them.
How did they perform?:
Karthi displayed extraordinary performance in the role of Shiva especially in the action sequences. HE is equally hilarious in the first half. Kajal is bubbly and chemistry between them is extremely good. Jaya Prakash who played the father role of Karthi is excellent. The four young guys who played the villain characters are marvelous. And the rest of all are okay.
Susindran rocked all the way with his crisp and crystal clear narration. He dealt the screenplay very well to keep up the tempo of the movie.
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is the main asset of the movie. His back ground music along with the cinematography of Madhi enhanced the tempo of the movie. Editing by Kasi Viswananth is sleek. Dubbing is alright.
The first half of the movie strides with fun and frolic and the second half contains high voltage drama powered by excellent screenplay. The movie is a out and out mass entertainer. It doesn’t offer you anything new, but keeps you entertained for 230 minutes. Can be a very safe bet for your weekend.