‘Biskoth’, starring Santhanam in the lead, is one of the first films to hit the screens after Covid-19 induced lockdown. Let’s check out how the movie is.
Dharmarajan (Aadukalam Naren) owns a bakery and dreams of making his son Raja (Santhanam) as the CEO of a biscuit company.
However, Dharmarajan dies and his friend Narasimhan (Anandaraj) starts running his bakery with Raja working in it as an employee.
Raja’s life changes when Sowcar Janaki enters. The stories that she tells start to happen in Raja’s real life. How did these stories change Raja’s life. Is he able to own a biscuit factory and realise his father’s dream form the crux of the story.
Santhanam has a good show with his own body language, dialogue delivery and timing. He is ably supported by ‘Naan Kadavul’ Rajendran and ‘Lollu Sabha’ Manoharan.
Both the heroines Tara Alisha and Swathi Muffala have done justice to what was expected from their characters. It was good to see Sowcar Janaki back on screen and bring all her experience into play.
Director Kannan has based his story by depicting scenes from several other films. Santhanam occupies most of the screen space.
The other characters could have been given some importance. Cinematography by Shanmugasundaram is a major boost to the story. Music by Ratnam is above average. On the whole, ‘Biskoth’ is watchable movie for the fun filled ride.
Rating: 3 out of 5