Seeru Movie Review

Seeru Movie Review

Cast-;

Jiiva , Navdeep , ,Riya Suman   ,Varun   ,Sathish ,Gayathri Krishnaa  ,R. N. R. Manohar

Crew-;

Directer Rathina Shiva,Producer-Ishari K. Ganesh,Written -Rathina Shiva, Music – D. Imman,Cinematography -Prasanna Kumar,Editer – Lawrence Kishore,Production company -Vels Film International.

Story-;

Manimaran (Jiiva) is a jolly good fellow residing in a small town of Mayiladuthurai and running his own local ca ble TV channel. As the news anchor, he highlights all the happenings and runs into trouble with the local MLA. In the opening scene itself, his goodness and his uprightness are established when he saves two women from thugs on a lonely highway. The MLA arranges a Chennai based ‘hired killer’ Vysarpadi Malli (Varun) to eliminate Mar imaran. A cat and mouse chase ensues between Mani and Malli over the phone and soon Malli comes to elimina te him in his home town. The twist happens as Malli saves Mani’s sister and goes back to Chennai without any encounter.

Now Manimaran goes to Chennai in search of the guy who saved his pregnant sister and also donated blood which is now flowing through her veins! In the second half, the story shifts gears to urban surroundings and a new villain Ashok Mithran (Navdeep), a suave high profile advocate surfaces. His job is to fight cases for politi cians and safeguard their ill-gotten wealth. In a flashback, everything falls into place when a group of school girls expose the evil machinations of Ashok and want to take revenge for the death of one of their colleagues. The re st is as predictable as the happy ending and a photo opportunity for all good guys and girls to come together in the last frame.

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Movie Review-;

He will be seen in a fantastic role and to be found amid a beautiful action packed story on big screens, a fan told. Amid other alongside Tamil releasing movies Seeru may get bit challenge but opening could be better as expe cta tions are being made by movie makers.Fans of Jiiva and Varun are wanted them back together and finally getting opportunity through Seeru Tamil movie to give love back to tamil stars. Indian Tamil-language action thriller film written and directed by Rathina Shiva. The film stars Jiiva, Varun, and Riya Suman will be seen in her Tamil debu t. Highlights of Seeru movie story line has been shown in trailer and teasers and through promotional events.

Film likely to keep expectation alive as fans have been eagerly waiting for Action packed Seeru tamil movie Seer u, directed by Rathina Siva (the same guy who made Vijay Sethupathi’s Rekka) begins with two overdressed wo men driving back at night on a long empty road. They’re listening to ‘Thendral Vanthu’ on the radio and it leads to a particularly fresh conversation…is Illaiyaraaja great or not? But there’s no debate or discussion going on h ere. After a minute, they agree that even their grandchildren are going to fall in love over Raja’s music. Long dr ive, empty roads, Raja’s music…did I underestimate Rathina Siva or are we watching the opening scenes of an unexpectedly progressive love story? 

This thought lasted all of five seconds and we’re quickly brought back to reality when they get stopped at a ch eck post by a shifty police officer. He takes away their phones and orders them to make their way into a ma keshift tent. One woman is dragged away, while the other locks herself in the car, using this time to send an SOS voice note to a Whatsapp group on her spare phone. No one responds. As they wait helplessly in the hands of these obviously crooked officers, a voice note pops up on the phone. Had this been the 2000s, this would have been the cue for Paravai Munniyamma to pop up from nowhere. But we’ve progressed, so we’ve got Whatsapp doing it for us.

Our hero Manimaaran (Jiiva) arrives immediately, beats everyone to pulp and delivers some advice on Whatsapp etiquette. Expectations are quickly managed, and we’ve readjusted ourselves to the rules of the mass enterta iner now. It’s no longer about the what next or the whys…it’s only about the hows.Which means that what follo ws isn’t really about a plot or a story. It’s more a check list of must-haves this film needs to accommodate, to pro pel the hero into the stratosphere. So we get an intro song that discusses topics like youth, love and sundry. We get a fair-skinned heroine that appears in four scenes and one song and she must have worked really hard to get her lip sync perfectly wrong. We get a hero that delivers great speeches about friendship.

Of course he also comes with a wise-cracking best friend whose idea of humour involves making a man pee all over someone else. Seeru also makes a lot of room for that rare emotion our films rarely touch upon…thangachi pasam, I think it’s called.It’s not that we aren’t prepared for these in a film like this but the trick is in making the se elements appear organic, as though they were always a part of the design. So when the action suddenly shifts from a small town to Chennai, you can hear the producer thinking, “so it’s B and A centre compliant.”I’m not a fan of his first film Rekka but at least it had a certain amount of self-awareness which gave us the impression that th e makers were in on the film’s obviousness.

But Seeru takes itself too seriously for its own good. Which is a shame because it’s a film with several great ma sala ideas that could really have been milked to better effect.What if the man who is out to kill you ends up sa ving the life of the most important person in your life? Why should it always be the men avenging the murder of their friend? These are interesting situations but the writer struggles to incorporate these within this dated te mplate. Out of nowhere the genre shifts completely to a flashback involving a studious girl and her righteous stands against injustice. But the connective tissue leading us to this character is so thin that it feels like someone switched channels on the TV midway.But if you’re willing to overlook these to single out individual scenes ins tead of the film as a whole, there’s fun to be had, with the fight scenes being the major highlight. If you’re looking for more from your average everyday mass entertainer, then Seeru falls well short.

This IS MY Personal Review So Please Go And Watch The Movie In Theaters Only

Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5