Hunts but not kills
RK Suresh is a small-time rowdy who seeks redemption post his marriage with Subiksha.
However, other rowdies and their leader Ramki who were waiting to take their revenge on him try to utilise the situation.
Did the protagonist manage to tackle his enemies and was able to lead a normal life forms the rest of the story.
The plot is not something new, however director Jai Shankar has tried to deliver it with more conviction. R K Suresh is tailor made for the role. He shines in the action sequences, but struggles in the romantic and sentiment portions.
Ramki and Namo Narayanan as the rowdy and drunkard suit their roles respectively. Ramki had given some terrific performances in the past, but he could have done a little better.
Subiksha shines in her role and the movie revolves around her. The lack of proper characterisation of the lead actors has marred the flow of the movie.
Unlike other action movies which are mostly based in Madurai or Chennai, the movie happens at Kodaikanal. Cinematographer Munish Easwaran has captured the residential areas of Kodaikanal instead of just focusing on the scenic views.
Stunt choreographer Dhilip Subburayan and Dinesh Subburayan need a special mention for their stunt sequences choreography. Ganesh Chandrasekaran’s music is average and editing by Vijay Krishna adds some pace.
Rating: 3 out of 5