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Plot: A similar title of a Rajnikanth film released in 1983 did wonder in the box office then. Will this film do the same magic? Well, Vishal the actor plays role of a cop but till interval he does not wear the khaki dress subscribed for police men as he is an undercover cop. The story is taken from real life incident of cops and criminals. The story is shot in and around Madurai. The story is on a gang who extorts money from businessman and murders those who do not pay. Enter the cop Jayaseelan( Vishal) who is in touch with ruffians under the guise of demanding a share of loot and kills everyone of them by encounter. Vishal along with Soori and Anandaraj takes up the job of solving the mystery case where businessmen are murdered. The screenplay and story till half which has some romance of Vishal and -
Kajal Aggarwal kills the police drama magic. - Kajal Aggarwal has not much role to convince she just extends the time of the movie with songs. The story picks up in later half, where samuthrakanii takes over. How is Vishal unaware of his brother’s dark side? The director had tried his best to narrate the true incident in filmy manner but the screenplay could have been better to keep viewers interest. The last 20-minutes holds some actions, emotions and dramas, it is then samuthrakanii (as Vishal’s brother) saves the film Vishal is watchable when he has to fight his own brother in climax and his expression is really mind-blowing. The pain he undergoes to take up fight with his own brother is really convincing in his expression. Suseenthiran’s films are known for realism. He has managed to turn real life incident to through his knowledge of filmmaking. The film is watchable for action sequence of Vishal. Other part of the film falls flat, be it editing (Anthony), cinematography( Velraj) and even the music( Imman) . Imman however has scored the background music very well. The film could have been similar to Aaab Tak Chappan, had it been scripted as a true police thriller.
Cast: Vishal as Jayaseelan
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