Vishnu Vishal is a chemical engineer who is not able to land a proper job because of his religion. However, he leads a happy and peaceful life with his mother.
Meanwhile, police are on the hunt for a terrorist named Abu Bakkar Abdullah. National Security Advisor Gautham Vasudev Menon leads the team that is hunting for Abu Bakkar.
During the investigations, Vishnu Vishal comes under their radar and is taken into custody. The cops believe that Vishnu is the terrorist. What happens next, whethere Vishnu proves his innocence forms the rest of the story.
Director Manu Anand keeps the proceedings interesting by using real life incidents. The first half has enough sequences to keep the audience guessing about what will happen next.
Vishnu is committed to the character and delivers a convincing performance. Similarly Gautham Vasudev Menon is tailor made for his character and is daunting as the Nation Security Advisor.
Manjima Mohan as an advocate gets a meaty role. Rest of the cast including Raiza Wilson, Reba Monica John and Praveen Muthurangan have all done their job well.
The background score by Ashwath is pulsating. Arul Vincent’s camerawork is an added strength. On the flip side, the screenplay could have been more tight.