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Manohar (Siva karthikeyan) is a youngster from middle class family working in a car showroom . His life is simple with his widowed mother , teenage sister and his close friends . In a minor road accident he comes in Keethana Vasudevan ( Nayanthaara ) . As ego clashes between them the minor tussle becomes a huge feud. Keerthana being a big shot muscles her way , but Manohar with his wits manages get out of trouble. How this battle ends is the rest of the story.
If you are fine with a repeat of 80’s Tamil movie plot, zero screenplay, a hero who delivers one liners at every alternative dialogue, unnecessary foreign locations used for twisting plots, an upbeat BGM wasted across mediocre scenes, though the movie has two leading comedians the hero overtakes them. If you are able to digest all of the above for 150mins, you can go for the movie. As for me, am still pondering over the money I wasted over the movie ticket. I give this movie 1/10
The Story starts with a bang, as you see our Hero Madhiyalagan (Arulnithi) is tied to a chair unconscious and a mysterious lady dead beside him. From there Madhiyalagan recollects what happened the night earlier to where he’s now. How he gets out of this predicament is the rest of the story.
The plus point of this film is the way the director takes us into the story, which keeps us occupied in the first half. Arulnidhi once more give a subtle but a strong performance and does justice to his character. Shraddha Srinath too gives a decent performance. Sam CS as a music director plays a huge role in the movie as he creates the right mood for the film which immerses the audience in to the film. Though the movie shows running time of 102 mins it’s still slow and drags in the second half. The audience are forcibly pulled in the last 15 mins into a twist which doesn’t work and makes the audience disappointed. With a possibility of becoming a good thriller K-13 fails miserably in the second of becomes a mediocre thriller. I give it only 3/10