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I very much wonder why people in tamil industry make all these Matrix stunts for each and every scene possible. And what not... Rajini as usual fights around 10 bad guys, and they fly away(literally), due to the impact of the blows. Both the fights at the beginning and at the end of the movie is totally unwanted... And Rajini's accent in English Sucks big time. The movie is a re-make of Manichitrathaazhu(a malayalam movie) made 10 years ago.
There is absolutely no humour in vadivelu's so called comedy. And the heroine Nayantara is useless in the movie... she is restricted to just songs and a few unwanted scenes. Jyotika OVER-ACTS no-end. Prabhu is present just for the sake of it. There is a big snake mentioned in the movie(not a real one, but a stupid virtual, computer-generated snake) that is of no use.
Just like all the above mentioned, there are innumerable unwanted scenes and stuff included in the movie. But I very well know that this movie will be a block buster(in tamilnadu, at least), thats because of the fans Rajini has...
But at some point of time, I believe that people will stop watching a movie just for the hero present in it, rather than the quality of story the movie has...
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