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SPYDER – Movie review

Shiva ( Mahesh Babu) is a junior level officer at the intelligence Bureau who is one of few people working under a special division which taps people phone calls and avoid threats. Shiva who is over qualified for this job goes a step above and plays savior to people who need help. He also creates software which alerts him whenever someone cries for help or feeling scared. On one such occasion he hears to a phone conversation between two young girls, of which one is home alone and feeling scared. He alerts one his close friend and lady constable to go have a look. Next day he finds out that both are brutally murdered and their bodies scattered in public. This incident makes Shiva furious and he begins to hunt the killer. Going deep into the case he begins to uncover a sadistic serial killer who is on the prowl . Who is this Killer? and how Shiva finds him is the rest of the story.

Though Spyder doesn’t start of like any other Murugadoss films, we clearly see how he manages to script the raise of protagonist and the way he handles each situation in the story which is translated on screen to perfection. In this film he adds an equally evil mastermind played to perfection by SJ Surya who dominates the whole film. Mahesh Babu makes a decent debut to kollywood with his near perfect Tamil pronunciation but still has to go a long way to get into the Tamil audiences heart. His weak body language is no match for SJ Surya’s performance which keeps the audience mesmerized. Rakul preet Singh and songs come under the distraction zone and slow down the movie. Second half drags towards the end and the climax is somewhat abrupt. Overall SJ Surya’s performance stands out but that too fades off in the second half. The movie still gets 5/10


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Posted by on September 28, 2017 in Movie Review


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Kadugu – Movie Review

Kadugu follows Puli Paandi (Rajakaumaran) a Puli vesham dance artist who comes from family of this traditional dance form, but now is struggling as the art form itself is diminishing. But this doesn’t stop Paandi who is honest and helps everyone around him; he survives doing odd jobs for the area inspector (A.Venkataesh). When the inspector is transferred to Tharangambadi , he takes Paandi along with to help him out to settle before his family arrives. There we are introduced to Nambi( Bharath) a young boxer and politician who is popular in the town and is respected by the people. When political aspirations change Nambi’s nature, number of people including Paandi is caught in the crossfire which leads to a tragedy. What happens next is the rest of the story.

After the disastrous ‘10 Endrathukkula’ with Vikram , Vijay Milton bounces back with a solid storyline with a cast which executes it to perfection. Both Rajakumaran and Bharath have done well, Young Producer Bharath Seeni who comes as the petty thief Anirudh has given a good performance, Radhika Prasiddha does well in character though she has very little screen space. Kadugu connects well with audience of all ages and of all classes. With a duration of just 115 minutes the team has manages to present what they had intended. I give the movie 7/10

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Posted by on March 27, 2017 in Movie Review


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