Bhoominathan aka Bhoomi is introduced to us as a person who gets into many local fights. Worried about his future, his family sends him to Muthuramalingam (Raj Kiran), a much respected ... See full summary »
The movie begins in a remote village in Madurai where Sivagiri, a blacksmith and his sister Karupayi share a close bondage. Sivagiri wants to get his sister married off to a city dweller. ... See full summary »
Jagdish (Vijay), an army captain, is back in Mumbai for a holiday to be with his parents and two sisters. They want him to get married and finds a bride Nisha (Kajal Aggarwal) for him. After the usual bickerings the couple fall in love. Meanwhile Jagadish an intelligence officer in the military, has a mission to crack down on terrorist sleeper cells in Mumbai. How Jagadish moving around as an ordinary person using his brain and brawn in the correct measure, tracks down the terrorist in his own unique way forms the rest of this escapist entertainer. Written by
During the introduction Vijay is having a fight with his fellow mate. When he lands a punch and his mate falls to the ground, the ground is dry and brown. The very next scene when he get's up acknowledging his win, the floor if green and full of grass. See more »
Wow wow wow are the three words striking my mind after coming out of theater. you are well guaranteed with entertainment, patriotism and bits of romance. Satyan performed well . Jayaram as cameo done his part well
Kajal did well .
The positive notch in this film is camera by the great Santhosh Sivan . His angles and positioning were awesome. Especially an action block before interval .
The main reason for this movie is obviously AR MURUGADOSS. He again proved he is a good script writer . His pen worked hard in the simple story with many twists .
Vijay carries the story in his shoulders throughout the movie .He performed well . A new hair style and mannerisms worked well .
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