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Plot – Suriya is back as ‘Duraisingam’ in the third installment of the celebrated ‘Singam’ series, directed by Hari. His mission is in Vizag, where he has to investigate the murder of a senior cop. There are some deadly players involved in this murder and Duraisingam tracks them all and vanquishes them with brain and brawn. The action shifts between the Telugu states, Australia and Tamil Nadu.
- Suriya is in all his glory playing this cult titular character again. Be it his deadly punchlines, energetic action moves, ferocity and majestic screen presence, Suriya is on top of his game. A big Boxoffice hit awaits him.
- Hari is a master at making such mass cop films with intelligent police investigation scenes. There is a lot of fun technological gimmickry shown in the film. He has done good research on the socially relevant topic handled in the film and his screenplay is as racy and packed as ever. But sometimes, there is just too much to process amid the breakneck speed in the proceedings.
- New villain Thakur Anoop Singh is a substantial find and he is an equal nemesis to the formidable Duraisingam. He has dubbed on his own and looks smashing with his ripped muscles, flowing hair and debonair attire. The importance of a strong villain in commercial cinema has been emphasized enough and Si3 gets it right in this department.
- Radika Sarathkumar, Robo Sankar, Krish and Nitin Sathya stand out among the support characters with something solid to play out.
- Among Harris Jayaraj’s songs, ‘O Sone’, ‘Universal Cop’, ‘Sydney Mission’ and the ‘Vetta’ theme add to the heroism of the cop.
- Soori’s comedy track is annoying to put it mildly.
- Shruti Haasan looks super-glamorous, stylish and pleasing to the eyes, but her track is an irritant.
- Hari’s templated masala elements are speedbreakers in an otherwise racy ride. He could’ve given up on them.
- Anushka looks bloated and out of shape. Though she is at her dignified best as Kavya, she doesn’t have even as much as Shruti has to offer to the story. Both the heroines get a song each with the hero, as a mere formality.
- The filmmaking grammar is typical of Hari – loud and unabashed. Long aerial shots, rapid jump cuts and a thumping background score may not be everyone’s cup of tea. But that’s what Hari’s films are about.
Final Word – The racy and punchy Si3 is sure to work with fans of the Singam series and the Suriya – Hari combo. It offers enough bang for the buck and has great Boxoffice potential.
RATING : 3.25/5
Plot – Bogan is the quintessential good vs evil (police vs baddie) tale with a unique concept to spice up the proceedings. It is a well-made film with the lead heroes in prime form.
- Director Lakshman has set out to make a different film in the usual hero – villain format, and he has almost pulled it off. His hard work in the scripting and direction departments clearly shows, and you need to pay close attention to the proceedings. It’s a big step up from his maiden film, Romeo Juliet, and it isn’t lifted from ‘Face-Off’!
- The metaphysical (mystical) concept is intriguing and is the film’s biggest draw. The police investigation scenes also work well in the 1st half.
- Arvind Swami is the king of badass and shows such style and panache. He steals the thunder yet again and is so apt for the character.
- Jayam Ravi is earnest as always and looks fit in the cop garb. In the 2nd half, he tries his best in the negative shade, when the tables are turned and roles are reversed.
- Composer Imman impresses with his songs (Sendhura, Damaalu Dumeelu and Vaarai). His re-recording (the whistle theme particularly) elevates Arvind Swami’s scenes.
- Dop Soundarrajan gives Bogan good scale and visual quality. It’s a fitting big screen experience.
- The film’s concept (soul-swapping) is overdone and the film seems long drawn out towards the end. There are some complex scenes in the 2nd half which don’t seem warranted. The final shot (Bogan-2) just seems like an afterthought.
- The 2nd half doesn’t live up to the levels of the 1st, and Bogan seems like a missed opportunity, ultimately. One isn’t sure if the film will connect with all sections of viewers.
- The support actors Varun, Rajendra Prasad and Nasser don’t make an impact amid really strong lead characters.
- Hansika needs to either start dubbing on her own or try a different dubbing voice. The voice irritates the audience with its childish quality.
- Bogan definitely doesn’t fall in the ‘U’ category. The censor board has goofed up, big time.
Final Word – Watch Bogan for the different concept, its lead heroes & the gripping 1st half.
RATING : 3.0/5
RATING : 3.75 / 5
Directed by: Suraj
Produced by: S. Nanthagopal
Written by: Suraj
Starring: Vishal, Tamannaah, Jagapati Babu, Vadivelu, Soori, Sampath Raj
Music by: Hiphop Tamizha
Cinematography: Richard M. Nathan
Edited by: Selva RK
— Siby (@sibyz) December 23, 2016
— S3 From Jan 26th (@sasvanth123) December 23, 2016
— Sathish Kumar M (@SathishMSK) December 23, 2016
The template does surpass the story, but doesn't embarrass! #KaththiSandai 's first half has equal proportions of comedy and action!
— Abishek S (@cinemapayyan) December 23, 2016
- This movie has good acting work.
- The direction is good.
- The screenplay is attractive.
- Weak storyline
- Editing is average.
- The cinematography is average.
Verdict : Kaththi Sandai is a onetime watchable family entertainer.
RATING : 2.25/5
- What a film. I Ioved it. Happiness around. Smiles on faces.
- It’s an emotional moment. Dangal wins hearts. Thumbs up to Nitesh Tiwari
- So, Bollywood cliche once again touches the film but I strictly don’t mind
- Ok… She wins. What an ecstatic mood in the theater
- Geeta is going to turn the game. And people around me have already joined their hands to clap. But where is Aamir Khan
- This climax is reminding of Chak De! India, Sultan and all other sports films combined together. Silence in theater as Geeta struggles to win
- Forgiving this if this is something to have had really happened in the real story as well. The final game starts
- The story becomes redundant here, but I guess that’s what the masses like in general. They could have done without this typical twist in the plot.
- Highlight: If a woman achieves something, she achieves it for all the women…
— Sardar लल्लनटॉप खां (@apzpunk) December 21, 2016
— Dangal 23 Dec 2016 (@proudAamirian) December 22, 2016
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The music of Vijay’s Bairavaa saw a surprise release on Tuesday, December20. It was earlier supposed to be unveiled on December 23, but the plans changed after the songs from the movie were accidentally released on iTunes.
Here are some twitter audience response for bairavaa music
Nillayo Ok,Other Songs Below Avg
— Malayalam Review (@MalayalamReview) December 20, 2016
— ™OM SAIRAM ENT MEDIA (@OmSaiRamMedia) December 20, 2016
— TrendsWood (@Trendswoodcom) December 20, 2016
— Vivek Radhakrishnan (@crvivek) December 21, 2016
#Bairavaa songs review. My picks varlam varlam va, nillayo and patta kelalpu
— Hari diwakar (@Haridiwakar) December 20, 2016
#Bairavaa Songs review .. 2/5 Nothing much
Vijay films always ll have good songs
The above sentence turned out to be a thing of past
— BOX OFFICE PIGEON (@Boxofficepigeon) December 20, 2016
— BossYuva (@ultimate_yuva) December 20, 2016
— aravind (@aravinddgreat) December 20, 2016
#Bairavaa songs my review 2.25/5 … I m a biggest vijay fan but feels slightly disappointed …. Let's hear it'll pick up…
— Kirthika (@karthickapp) December 20, 2016
Singer: Ananthu Special Mention On Backing Vocals: Benny Dayal
Singer: Vijaynarain, Dharshana Kt
Singer: Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Priyadarshini Special Mention: Ananthu
Tamil Rap A Verses: Arunraja Kamaraj English Rap A Verses: Roshan Jamrock