Metro Movie Review The Hindu


A sense of commitment to the material too – this isn’t the kind of film that uses the gang’s hideout as the setting for a boozy item number. But the scenes lurch into one another, and the central conflict is weak – the primal emotions don’t burst through. The biggest problem, though, is the fatally ineffective cast. Bobby Simha plays the leader of a chain-snatching gang, and he’s laughable when issuing threats. As in Iraivi, he pays lip service to women, but with a twist. “Ladies naa God maadhiri.” [pause for effect] “Kudukkara dheivam.” And would you believe Sentrayan as a menacing action hero? Not for all the gold in the world