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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.
In the film, the villain, Athreya, has the habit of telling a punch dialogue "Aayushman Bhava" which translates to "May you live long" before killing someone. As it turns out, none of those killed by him in the film are actually dead or are brought back to life by time travel, thereby justifying the "Aayushman Bhava" dialogue. See more »
Mataji (saranya) discloses to Mani that she fed him mothers milk unable to see him crying the day she brought him home thus becoming his non-biologically biological mother. As a matter of fact a woman cannot produce mothers milk until pregnant and saranya had never even got married in the movie. See more »
The interval between our births is 3 minutes which is 180 seconds.See, That 180 seconds have turned our characters different by 180 degrees.
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Romance, though below par from the standard of entire movie
perfect logic loops
A once in a decade kind of film, very carefully handled in terms of screenplay and direction. The movie starts in a typical sci-fi way, then slowly takes you into a roller-coaster ride with some unimaginable and unpredictable destinations.
Cinematography & VFX deserves a special mention as this film could have been nothing without this team.
In a sci-fi film, you cannot think of songs to gel up with the pace of the film, but here, they were awesomely handled. BGM, out of word - Rahman rules all over.
Its triple role for Surya as Athreya/Mani/Sethuraman and he rules the entire movie with his performance. The antagonist Athreya is on top of the rest.
Amidst a completely occupied screen space for the lead actor, Samantha and Nithya Menon have got decent roles and they have done their parts well.
The movie do have a few glitches in the first half, but they are completely negligible for its 'never seen before' kind of feel, when your anticipation goes wrong all the time.
Verdict: Just go for it...!
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