Siren – Movie Review by Naveen


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The film is about the clashes of sirens, that of police and ambulance, that of power and truth. Jayam Ravi, an ambulance driver, is now given the taste of freedom through parole, but the hauntings of his past never seem to leave him alone.

There are people being murdered, and all seem to point directions towards his side. On the other hand, is cop Keerthy Suresh, who bears the cross of custodial violence on her shoulders, at the helm of the murder mystery.

And in between all of this, is a father and daughter bond that ‘Siren’ rests upon.

Directed by Anthony Bhagyaraj, the movie has the potential to become a thought-provoking thriller. A better execution could have made the movie even more entertaining. The story which is billed as a revenge drama touches upon various social issues as well.

Jayam Ravi plays a man with poise, heroism, and aged intelligence, at his decent best. There are some moments of subtlety in which he shines the most.

Keerthy Suresh does her part well and is impressive as a cop. There is also a comic relief through constable Yogi Babu. His chemistry with Thilakan has worked out well.

GV Prakash’s music is good and is complimented well by Selva Kumar SK’s camerawork.

Rating: 3.5/5

By Naveen

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