We had seen R K Suresh as distributor, producer and actor mainly playing villain roles. In ‘Billa Pandi’, he has tried his luck as protagonist and passes muster.
He plays the role of a die-hard fan of Ajith who follows his idol in each and every step of life. Director Saravana Sakthi has loaded the movie with ingredients such as heroism, emotions, love and action.
Billa Pandi (RK Suresh) is an ardent fan of Ajith. A construction labourer, he follows the ‘thala’ and his principles in his each and every action.
For him, his world revolves around two things- his grandmother and Ajith fans club. One day, his grandmother passes away and people around urge Pandi to enter wedlock with his aunt’s daughter Valli (Chandini Tamilarasan).
Meanwhile, he moves to another town for work where Jayalakshmi (Indhuja Ravichandran), the daughter of a family whose house Pandi constructs, falls for him.
Valli and Jayalakshmi’s father come to know about this and all hell breaks loose. Is Pandi able to overcome all the problems forms the rest of Billa Pandi.
Suresh shines bright while both the heroines- Indhuja and Chandini- have performed well. Rest of the cast is okay. Ilayavan has added immense value to the movie with his music.
Though certain scenes are filled with double meaning and few other scenes test our patience, Billa Pandi will sure entertain Ajith fans and family audience in so-called B & C centres.
Rating: 3 out of 5