Bogan Movie Review-;
Jayam Ravi, Arvind Swami, Hansika Motwani,, Nasser, Ponvannan, Akshara Gowda, Nagendra Prasad, Varun, Aadukalam naren,Sonu Gowda
Bogan is an action thriller, Jayam Ravi plays a cop named Vikram who has two shades. He appears to be a hero in the first half and as a villain in the second half. Arvind Swamy will be seen in the character of a former prince named Adithya, while Hansika Motwani plays a role of Mahalakshmi is a homemaker.
The title Bogan, which literally means the wealthy man, is an intriguing film which revolves around two people to know who the mysterious Bogan is. Not everything you see is what it appears to be. The film arouses your curiosity to know who the mysterious Bogan is.Most of the cast and crew of Jayam Ravi’s earlier hit film Romeo Juliet have been retained for Bogan, including Hansika. Hansika looks pretty and playing Mahalakshmi is a role she seems to have enjoyed. She is a delight in some scenes like the one where she appears drunk.
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The Romeo Juliet team is back again with Bogan which is a full fledged action entertainer starring Jayamravi and Hansika in the main lead. After Thanioruvan, Jayamravi was seen in cop avatar which added good expectation since from the nascent stage of Bogan.
The supporting casts includes Arvind Swamy, Varun, Akshara, Nasser, Ponvannan and few renowned artists. Imman’s groovy tracks have injected subtle pre release buzz, especially Senthoora have went on to become viral in all social media platform. Both hero and villain have portrayed positive and negative shaded persona and this tidbits was something new to the tamil audiences and it was quite refreshing one. Lets see the detailed fulcrum of the movie. The intellectual cop nabs a criminal for bank robbery case but the miscreant remains cool and uses his quirky tactics to get rid of this issue. At last, the baddie is been published or not is the rest of the storyline.
The First half moves in a regular template packed with action blocks and small dose of romance amidst Jayamravi and Hansika. The introduction of Arvind swamy induces acceleration to the plot and cool attitude of Arvind evokes curiocity. The party song in the mid way are to be trimmed which slows down the flow of the movie. The clever gimmicks of jayamravi in trapping the baddie were depicted in engaging fashion. The astonishing sequences in the intermission sets stage for the further proceedings.
The later part of the venture starts with a racquet cum love track which is seems to be unnecessary inclusion in the narration. Which is been followed by gripping execution where tussle among the protagonist and baddie changes the course of the movie and adds grippness. The multiple facets of Arvind Swamy and Jayamravi keeps the viewers glued to their seats, the full credits goes to the auteur Lakshman for presenting intense role to both the lead artist. The climax were convincing and provides glimpse for the second part of Bogan. Loopholes are there, but on the whole it is a decent outing .
The lead cast such as Jayamravi and Arvind swamy have done a noteworthy performances with ease. But the rest of the supporting artists are seen in less meaty characters which was disappointing. The positive aspects are the intense characterisation to both hero and villain, the inclusion of historical touches gives us engagement. The downside are the less gripping sequences in the first half and unnecessary addition of songs were seen in the movie. The party song featuring Arvind swamy is to be trimmed and love track in second half is to be removed for engagement.
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B4U Ratting-4 /5