Review by : saravanan
Bharath, Kathir, Chandini Tamilarasan, Sanchita Shetty
A. Moses, Sudharshan M. Kumar
Sridhar Krishnaswami, Narendran Kandasamy, Reji K.
Who said Tamil movies lacks thrillers. Newcomer Arun Krishnaswamy has come up with a gritty thriller involving Bharath and Kathir that is engaging and entertaining from the word go.Besides Bharath and Kirumi fame Kathir, the movie stars Chandini and Sachita Shetty as heroines.
Radharavi and Yog Jappi do their part well.The highlight of the movie is thorough research done by the filmmaker who ensures that the script and screenplay is worth attention.The movie has enough moments that are fresh and new to Tamil cinema.
And the filmmaker handles things in an engrossing way.Vikram (Bharath) is a racing freak. For hism Kudhirai is his life and it is everything. When he comes to know that a horse racing is being fixed and decides to use his expertise in betting by getting the result in his favour.
He decides to spend the money for his girlfriend Minnie (Chandni). Meanwhile a veteran in the trade Nakulan (Radharavi) decides to manipulate the result to win it. Enters Vikram's friend Sridhar (Kathir). And a cash of Rs 50 lakh is kept in his car without his knowledge.
He wants to use it for his girlfriend wife Inba (Sanchita Shetty) The rest of the events lead to action, chase and blame game.The movie brings back Bharath to his form. He gets under the skin of the character and oozes with style to get his act right.
At action scenes, he looks comfortable. His screen presence is also good.Kathir in a tricky role and she does it with ease and elan.Chandi plays her part well.Arun Krishnaswamy has made sure the movie speaks about the betting and dark side of the sport.
With a young team and talented veteran in right mix, Ennodu Vilayadu is here to impress you.
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