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To detonate the huge asteroid which is 7days away from earth with the help of nuclear missile set in space station, team of 6 members travel to space. The hurdles and consequences they faced in this operation will lead them to succeed in their mission is the rest of the story....Written by
It was a nice try. This second attempt of the SSK and Jayam Ravi combo to step into a less familiar genre was disappointing again. Similiar to Miruthan there were too many unnecessary commerical elements, which ruined the atmosphere a space movie needs to have. On top of that there are too many logic errors. It's totally okay to have a few logic errors, cuz mankind doesn't know everything anyway. But this concept was cleary not well researched and even school taught basics of the space weren't realized at all.
D. Imman's music was very disappointing. It didn't fit to the scenario at all. Cinematography is fine. Regarding the VFX I didn't expect much anyway. What the tamil film industry finally needs to understand in the next years is:
1) Expect for an full animation movie you can't rely only on CGI only. To create a vision a film should better use the mix of CGI and practical SFX.
2) A higher budget doesn't mean anything, if you don't give yourself more time. Time is pretty much the magic difference between Indian productions and others in general.
Nontheless Jayam Ravi's performance was great. His connection to his son is the most interesting aspect and the conflict itself was a great concept. If only the story environment would've been more serious and more intelligent, this would've been at least a good story. Unfourtanately at a certain point I thought this is just a parody of tamil cinema cliches.
And just like Shankar's movies back then this should at least motivate other filmmakers to go beyond their limit.
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