Review by : saravanan
Vijay Antony, Miya George, Thiagarajan,
A. Subaskaran, Fatima Vijay Antony
Movies set around politics and politicians have garnered attention in Tamil cinema. The much-recent success of Kodi is an example to this. After varied themes now the music composer-actor has chosen to do a movie loaded with politics.It speaks about how politics is played in this part of the country.
The fight that ensues and what dirty games are played to stay afloat in politics.A political movie should have pay screenplay and actors who identify themselves with the characters.
There should be some fiery dialogues and twists and turns.Thankfully Yaman has everything in it. Vijay Antony is all through and his screen presence is the movie's highlight.
The movie in a nutshell is about an ordinary man, who aspires big in politics. He sets out to achieve it amidst all odds. But how and what transpires in his journey makes up the story.There is violence, deceit and anger all through.Vijay Antony fits the role well.Miaa George has a major role to play and she does it well.
Thyagarajan, Sangili Murugan, Charlie and Swaminathan are also in the cast.Cinematography is also by Jeeva Shankar and he does that job exceedingly well. The movie is a political battle on big field and all things falls in right place.All cheers to Vijay Antony and his team.
They pull it off well and there are mass moments to enjoy too. Vijay Antony has against proved that he is shrewd in picking good stories and let his films to all the talking.Taman is more racy and Vijay Antony's attempt to leap to next round.
All about political battle
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