‘Asura Guru’Movie Review
Vikram Prabhu ,Mahima Nambiar ,Yogi Babu,Nagineedu ,Subbaraju ,Jagan ,Mano Bala etc.
Directer – A.Raajdheep,Producer – JSB Sathish,Written – Kabilan Vairamuthu,Chandru Manickavasagam ,Screen play – A. Raajdheep,Music – Ganesh Raghavendra,Background Score – Simon K. King,Cinematography -Ramali ngam ,Editer – Lawrence Kishore ,Production company – JSB Film Studio ,P R O -Diamond Babu.
The story of the movie Asuraguru, which revolves around three main characters, says There is a solid reason for my protagonist Shakti (Vikram Prabhu) to go on a wave of heists. There is a method for your well planned and impecc ably executed movements. After making six robberies, he is trapped. A private detective (Mahima Nam biar) and an IPS officer (Subbaraju) are chasing Shakti ‘.Asuraguru is a very engaging thriller that keeps you gues sing till the last frame accompanied by Fantastic BGM, cinematography, and Direction. The movie’s thorough analysis brings movie in category to a one-time watch. A. Raajdheep directed film is hitting screens on March 13th, & seems not to turn up severe heat as per reviews and rating provided.
Shakti, who becomes obsessed with money from childhood, goes on to become a tech-savvy thief. However, he becomes a changed man due to certain circumstances when cops nab him.Asuraguru is the latest to join the list of heist thrillers in Kollywood. But the film lacks the required elements one expects from movies which belong to the genre.Shakti (Vikram Prabhu) is a tech-savvy thief and his regular activities keep cops at their toes. Manic kav asa gam (Subbaraju), a senior cop, takes up the cases involving Shakti. Meanwhile, Jamaludheen (Naginee du), a noto rious criminal, approaches a detective agency to trace huge amount of money he lost in a robbery. The agency ass igns the case to Diya (Mahima Nambiar), who is linked to Shakti through a mutual friend. How Shakti and Jamalu dheen are nabbed by cops forms the rest of the story.
Watch The Trailor-;
Asuraguru is the latest to join the list of heist thrillers in Kollywood. But the film lacks the required elements one expects from movies which belong to the genre. Shakti (Vikram Prabhu) is a tech-savvy thief and his regular act ivities keep cops at their toes. Manickavasagam (Subbaraju), a senior cop, takes up the cases involving Shakti. Meanwhile, Jamaludheen (Nagineedu), a notorious criminal, approaches a detective agency to trace huge amo unt of money he lost in a robbery. The agency assigns the case to Diya (Mahima Nambiar), who is linked to Shakti through a mutual friend. How Shakti and Jamaludheen are nabbed by cops forms the rest of the story.Me an while, Yogi Babu, Manobala, and Subbaraju have also been cornered to play crucial supporting roles in the film. ‘Asuragu ru’ is directed by rookie Raajdheep, a former associate of director Mohan Raja, and previously assured that the film will be different from the previously released action thrillers.
A glimpse of ‘Asuraguru’ was recently released by the creators, and Vikram Prabhu was seen robbing a bank while police officers were on site. The film is funded by JSB Sathish under the motto JSB Studios and has music by Simon King.Stealing from the rich for a good cause is an old trope. But debuting director A Raajdheep, an associate of Mohan Raja, assures us that the treatment of his Asuraguru, which will be released this Friday, will be different from wh at we have seen before. Asuraguru also stars Yogi Babu and Raajdheep says that his presence is not just for fun. ‘The whole plot revolves around his little tea shop, which is where all the planning takes place,’ he says When we first see Shakti (Vikram Prabhu), he’s jumping off a bridge onto the top of a train. There’s no tension on his face or worry of falling. If you look closely, you can almost see the outline of the green screen in the background.
In a second, he torches the ceiling and jumps in to steal an insane amount of money. Is he happy or relieved? Is he Rob in Hood or just a thief with no moral compass? Is Vikram Prabhu really invested in this movie or just sleepw alki ng through it? I can only answer the last question.Asuraguru is a heist film but the only thing it really steals is our patience. Its director has big plans for the film. He wants a razor-sharp chase involving a sports bike and a car, he wants an explosion scene right in the middle of a flower market and he wants a bank robbery that uses a sop histicated green liquid that helps collapse an entire wall.But why do you plan for such visually extravagant shots when you just don’t have the budget for it? Why try to make Oceans 11 when you can only afford Ocean One And A Half? The problem isn’t just with a screenplay tha t’s too ambitious for its budget, it’s the screenplay itself. Everything is a coincidence.So, Shakti accidentally runs into the film’s heroine Dia (Mahima Nambiar) as he delivers a courier.
The heroine then accidentally runs into Shakti when he’s busy stealing money. The cop tailing Shakti then acci dentally runs into both of them on several occasions, and then there’s a money launderer who accidentally ends up wherever money is being stolen.Dia is the only interesting character in the film. She rides a bike, smokes, is a detective and tells off a creepy man who checks her out. But the second she meets Shakti and realises that he’s troubled, she stubs the butt and starts ‘fixing’ him.Almost everything else is a blur with laughable twists. For instance, Yogi Babu’s character has to listen to a line such as ‘Nee seepu pona chimpanzee madhiri irukka’. The re’s also a racy background score that sounds suspiciously like Thupakki’s. But, how much more can you expect from a film that copies its title font from Anjaan’s?
This IS MY Personal Review So Please Go And Watch The Movie In Theaters Only
Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-2/5