Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father's company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
Raju Bhai and Chandran head a thriving gang dismantling everyone coming their way. However when their success reaches the dreaded Imran, they face the inevitable. It is now up to Krishnan, Raju Bhai's brother, to take revenge.
The film's story revolves around Deva, a youngster whose mother wants him to become a government official. He, on the other hand, works for a smuggling group run by Arumuga Dass who has been his mentor and looking after him since childhood. Conflict occurs when Deva's arch rival, Kamalesh opposes and tries to eliminate Arumuga Dass from the smuggling business. Written by
Three different stunt coordinators worked for the film, opening Congo stunts were choreographed by South Africa stunt choreographer Franz Spilhaus. Malaysian car chase stunts were designed by Honk Kong Stunt choreographer William Ong, and the final climax fight was done by Indian fight choreographer Kanal Kannan. See more »
Deva demands a new pair of shoes after his old shoes are ripped apart by the security officer. The officer forces his colleague to lend his shoes and black socks. But in the next scene when Deva walks out of the airport, his shoes slip away revealing a pair of white socks. See more »
After a long time, it was nice to see Tamil cinema for what its known for, slick production values. Ayan brings out that very well thanks to the tight story which does not bore you, slick action sequences (especially the Congo chase scene) and good acting. Surya is in his element as a young smuggler. Akashdeep Saigal seems a bit over the top as a stereo typical villain but seems to hold his own. Other actors support the story well. What is nice about this movie is no unnecessary masala and sub plots to mar the overall tight storyline. Kudos!
Watch the movie for some refreshing acting by Surya and company. Watch it for virgin locales hitherto unexplored in contemporary domestic cinema i.e. Congo. Watch it for the tight storyline minus the regular masala.
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