Rudran (Arya) in Kasi. Fourteen years later, repenting his act he goes with his daughter in search of him. He finds him there but is shocked to learn that he has become an Aghori, a ... See full summary »
Right from his childhood, the motherless Jeeva grows with his focus fully on Cricket. However, it is never smooth sailing for him with disruptions coming in various forms ranging from his love life to team selection politics.
An ordinary boy-next-door type unemployed guy Gunasekharan kidnaps and keeps Easwar a deadly criminal, brother of Law Minister as captive. It is his way of silently taking revenge on the misdeeds of the law minister, who was responsible for the death of three students. Guna chooses to keep Easwar who is out on parole in an unfinished small, dingy toilet of a high-rise building under construction. Guna has an agenda and he goes about it in a meticulously planned manner and how he accomplishes it forms the rest of the story. Written by
Entertaining love story and a decent crime thriller.
Gunasekaran, unemployed graduate,cleverly(unrevealed his identity) holds captive a criminal 'Eswar' who is younger brother of Law Minister for a reason and sets him free after the goal is met. Eswar seeks revenge. But it is extremely difficult to track back who actually hurt him. This unpredictability forms the rest of story which also includes a brilliantly written female character, a love interest of Guna.
This is a Crime thriller with a beautiful love story in the beginning and a sensible female character which is rarely written in south cinema.(Telugu cinema ani cheppaleka). As the title says He is different, I mean, the director! Except for forgivable-coincidences-but-still-logical-sequence, this film stands example for nearly perfect writing. There are some brilliant shots which amazed me.If not for the last half an hour (pure crime episodes) it can be called a fantastic love tale too.No song disturbs you, cleverly woven and meaningful.
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