Produced by-Five Star Creations
Cast-Raghava Lawrence, Sarath Kumar, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Nasser, Poornima Bhagyaraj etc
Running Time- 148 Minutes
Thematically, Thirumaaran’s script sports a strong, contemporary issue, deliberating the plight of aged parents who live alone in big houses, all by themselves, throwing them wide open to risk factors while very many opportunists exploit the situation as the kith and kin of those aged people live abroad!
But the screenplay takes the much exploited commercial route with song sequences, stunts and other ingredients most of which fail to create an impact!
Basically being a dancer, Raghava Lawrence moves about his character with agility and speed but he could have avoided imitating his mentor in style of dressing as well as in expressive mannerisms!
Priya Bhavani Shankar looks fetching and is gracious to look at.
Sarath Kumar turns a full fledged villain and goes about his role, suited and booted, most of the time; But in the climax scene, he suddenly wears a dhothi exposing his under garment while moving swiftly!
There are one too many fights most of which are of bone-splitting variety.
Nasser is subdued while Poornima Bhagyaraj is good as the hero’s mother.
The background score by Sam C.S. is upbeat.
The film could have shone better if the debutante director’s focus had bee on the main plot.