Produced by- Screen Scene Media Entertainment
Written and Directed by-N.Kalyanakrishnan
Cast-Jayam Ravi, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Tanya Ravichandran, Chirag Jani, Hareesh Peradi, Harish Uthaman etc
Running Time-135 Minutes
With sea as the prime object, a couple of movies have already been made in the past but this one stands out tall on the merit of the homework and groundwork done by the team pertaining to the working of the port, especially the transport operations.
The director’s eye for even the minutest of details is evident in the making and mounting of the scenes and sequences. Hats off to the director and his crew.
But yet, had the screenplay been not routine like the manner the protagonist unfolds a flashback narrating the sad tale of his dad who had dedicated himself to serve the poor and the needy while being employed in the port operations.
Both the leading ladies-Priya Bhavani Shankar and Tanya Ravichandran do not have much scope to parade their talents and hence fail to create a flutter!
Jayam Ravi has executed himself well in a character that is emotionally as well as physically demanding!
The stunt sequences have been breathtakingly choreographed and executed.
The protagonist shouldering the title role is employed in a harbor and is a man with shades.
Illegal operations are aplenty in that neighborhood and pulling each other’s leg to reign supremacy is a common occurrence in that part of the neighborhood!
The best of the characterizations is the fact that all showcase grey shades and would stop at nothing to get what they want!
The background score of Sam C.S. warrants special mention.
A wholesome commercial potboiler rich in production values.