‘Eeswaran’ begins with a popular astrologer in the village making a prediction about the death of Periyasamy’s (Bharathirajaa) wife which turns out to be true in a few minutes.
Periyasamy, a hardworking farmer and a dutiful dad to a few kids, raises them successfully, though the children become busy with their own lives as years pass by.
Twenty five years later, on the death anniversary of his wife, his children and grandchildren are visiting him, and he is seemingly excited.
Eeswaran (Simbu), the caretaker of Periyasamy, is too happy for him and ensures that he leaves no stone unturned in making the family get-together a grand one.
However, little did they know that they have a huge threat from a criminal who served imprisonment because of Periyasamy. The family astrologer’s prediction of a death in the family makes things worse. What happens next forms the rest of the story.
Director Suseenthiran knows how to handle a family subject with lot of emotions and he has done it yet again.
Simbu has managed to win the hearts of the audience with his action-packed and powerful performance.
His punch dialogues are the highlights of the film. Bharathirajaa appears comfortable in his role and Balasaravanan is cast apt as the protagonist’s aide.
Thaman’s background score lifts the movie, which otherwise, has a predictable screenplay with clichés galore. Tirru’s visuals are pleasing and aid in providing the required ambience to the story. On the whole, the film is for Simbu fans, festival movie watchers and some neutral audience.
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