CAST & CREW
“ Baashha,” the super hit film directed by Suresh Krissna is re-mastered and is made available in the digital format. The action thriller entertainer was produced by RM Veerappan under Sathya Movies banner. Superstar “ Rajinikanth,” “ Raghuvaran,” “ Nagma,” “ Janagaraj,” “ Vijayakumar,” Charan Raj, Yuvarani Ravindra and Sathya Priya are in the star cast. “ Deva” composed the tunes and the BGM and PS Prakash is the cinematographer.
Manickam, a simple auto driver, lives in Chennai with his mother, two sisters and a brother. With his income, the family is running without any trouble. Manickam makes his brother, a cop. While their life is going on smoothly, there comes a situation that brings a severe problem to Manickam. When a goon attacks his family, Manickam thrashes them in a single attempt. When the soft nature Manickam takes a new action avatar, his brother and sisters were shocked. But, his mother, who knew everything, reveals the truth about Manickam and his lifestyle in Mumbai. Manickam’s dad worked under a gangster Mark Antony. When Antony killed Manickam's friend Baashha, Manickam takes revenge on him. He became a big gangster and christened himself as Manick Baashha. What happens next? Did he kill Antony? Watch the exciting action entertainer in theaters.
Rajini steals the show with his stylish performance and dialogues. When his friend Charan Raj was dying in his hands, Superstar’s expressed his feeling excellently well. Nagma comes as a usual heroine. Raghuvaran’s performance needs a special mention. He has performed as a perfect villain and this is one of his best performances in his career.
Suresh Krissna has chosen an excellent script that perfectly fits Rajini. The flashback scenes reveal the power of Rajini. As Suresh know the pulse of Rajini fans, he designed the scenes flawlessly.
What’s Not There?
In total, Baashha, the super action entertainer is a perfect film for Rajini fans. Rajini’s stylish actions and dialogue delivery proves that why he is the Superstar, still. Baashha… Dhool
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