Produced by Mini Studio
Written and Wielded by-Adhik Ravichandran
Cast-Vishal, S.J.Suryah, Selvaraghavan, Ritu Varma, Sunil, Abhinaya, Nizhalgal Ravi, Abhinaya, Vishnu Priya ((as Silk Smitha) etc
Censor Rating- U/A
Running Time-150 Minutes
Films based on time travel seem to have caught up with the fancy of our filmmakers!
The latest to hit the screens is this quirky gangster saga punctuated by the powerful performances of Vishal and Surya both of whom have been positioned tactfully, equally!
Going overboard in performance is nothing new, neither for Surya nor for the viewers but it s something new for Vishal and he has delivered a performance that is well within the limits!
Kudos to Vishal while Surya too should be applauded for his spontaneity, especially in the scene in a Double Decker bus involving Silk Smitha! He is simply superb in his body language while being clad in that yellow costume!
Ritu Varma has been miscast as she looks too westernized for her character; she looks totally out of place in a half sari in that street-dance number!
Selvaraghavan, the director turned actor is adequate as the scientist responsible for the creation of a old fashioned telephone instrument that facilitates time travel, into the past, especially!
G.V. Prakash’s score is a bit too loud but is found fit for this kind of gangster film!
He has used a couple of Ilaiyaraja’s hit numbers in the backdrop in some scenes and one hopes the Maestro does not take objection!
The theme is about two close friends-both gangsters and their respective sons who have high aspirations!
The four characters pass through the phenomenon of time travel and the rest is all chaotic fun, frolic, action and romance in between!
The film works out well to a reasonable extent!
Adhik Ravichandran’s quest to try something different is commendable!