Dr Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) and his android assistant Nila (Amy Jackson) are called in for help after mobiles start mysteriously flying out of the hands of people in Chennai. Vaseegaran summons his trusted robot Chitti (Rajinikanth) to ward off the bird-shaped supernatural powers of Pakshirajan (Akshay Kumar).
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8 years after Chitti was dismantled due to destruction he caused. Vaseegaran has created new human robot Nila which can understand human feelings better. The cell phones in the city start to disappear from everywhere. A creature in the form of bird creates havoc in the city causing destruction. Vaseegaran believes it to be the fifth element force and decides to get Chitti back in action. When Vaseegaran traces the location of missing cellphones with help of Chitti and Nila he finds that its not the fifth force but a human force done by late professor Pakshi Rajan.Written by
Shankar also began briefing the film's art director T. Muthuraj and visual effects supervisor V. Srinivas Mohan about their involvement in the film. See more »
A swarm of cell phones covers the road for about half a mile, goes into a person's house and kills him. The next day, the investing officers say that there are no proofs convincing the fact like that there are no CCTV cameras at all. See more »
A great entertainer, served with a less gripping plot
It's a sure ENTERTAINER!!!. The 1st half was a little boring, but it really took off from the 2nd part, Akshay Kumar's performance was amazing. Rajinikanth has just nailed it. He is great as Chitti, It was a little over the top, he could've been a little subtle, but nevertheless enjoyable!
VFX was mind-blowing, best in Indian cinema till now! but a little inconsistent in some parts, 3D effects were really good, one of the best 3D experiences.
Everyone should watch this movie atleast for the sheer fun and entertainment it offers throughout the runtime.
Another thing is that some people are criticizing it for the movie being illogical, but trust me, I'm doing my computer science engineering, and the logic was good enough to take in. But, I watched the movie not for it's science, but for grandeur and fun the movie offers! Conclusion: S.Shankar is really creative with the VFX and offers some interesting visual treats! But only if he could've been a little more creative with the story, it could be the best movie of Indian cinema. At the end, it's a must watch. You wouldn't want to miss the fun.
I guess this review encompasses most of the audience's thoughts!
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