Star Cast: Kamal Haasan, Trisha Krishnan, Prakash Raj, Kishore, Asha Sarath, Sampath Raj, Yugi Sethu, Madhu Shalini.
Direction: Rajesh M. Selva
Producers: Kamal Haasan, S. Chandrahasan, Gokulam Gopalan
Screenplay: Kamal Haasan
Dialogues: Abburi Ravi
Music: M. Ghibran
Lyrics: Ramajogaiah Sastry
Cinematography: Sanu Varghese
Production company: Raaj Kamal Films International, Sri Gokulam Movies
Hitting the theaters as a Diwali release, Tamil version of 'Cheekati Rajyam' is running successfully in Tamil Nadu. Kamal Haasan who needs no certificate to prove his caliber has produced and provided screenplay by himself for this flick. As 'Toongavanam's Telugu version is in theaters on friday.. read the review of 'Cheekati Rajyam'
Story Line: The story is basically a thriller one which revolves around an officer Diwakar (Kamal) Haasan) who works in Narcotics Control Bureau and a drug dealer Vittalrao (Prakashraj). This officer's role gets involved around the narcotic providers and criminals. The twist in the tale comes when this cop's son goes missing. What's the relation that Diwakar has with the villain Vittalrao who is a drug dealer? Why is that Diwakar's son get kidnapped? Go watch in theaters.
Roles and Performances: Kamal Haasan who played the Narcotics Control Bureau officer has done an excellent job as usual. There is always a stereotype that, when a hero plays a cop he is always honest. But, Kamal is unveiled as a different type of cop in this flick. The twist is to be watched in theaters only.
Trisha Krishnan who appeared in a fellow cop with Kamal is very apt and also attractive. She has played a role in which she always interferes with the hero and frustrates him out.
Prakash Raj who played the role of the narcotic drug dealer is seen glued to the role and need not even mention how well he adapts the roles he plays. Kishore, Asha Sarath, Sampath Raj, Yugi Sethu, Madhu Shalini also have justified their roles well.
Technical Aspects: The Screenplay is captivating. The Narration is the biggest assets as it gives a thrill and every frame is well executed to create a "what next?" kinda reaction. this Credit goes to screenplay writer Kamal haasan. Debut Director Rajesh had done great job. Gibhran's BGM was too loud but yes, did sync with the situations. Cinematographer Sanu Varghese and the editor Shan Mohemmed seems to have co-operated well and the output is obvious. Stunt choreography is an awe. Dialogues also are intense and deep. Must admit that the visualization was a bit different for this movie.
fimybuzz Verdict: A conjuring thriller. Kamal Haasan's role with a veil was a big highlight. A long night with a thrilling action is all we can conclude. The movie goes along, taking the viewers into an anxious state. It is a little fast pace narrated script.
Verdict: A gripping thriller with intense action and emotion. It has all the elements that make an all out action thriller movie. Worth Watching.