Bairavaa Movie Review & Rating: A sure-shot treat for Vijay fans
Finally the highly anticipated Ilayathalapathy Vijay starrer Bairavaa is in the screens near you. The full-fledged mass entertainer has been talk of the town ever since its making. Directed by Bharathan, this is Vijay's 60th flick. Has this movie stood up to the expectation level of the audience? Has the movie create a bench mark? To know more, read our review below:
|Release date: 12 Jan 2017||Genre:Action|
|Cast: Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Aparna Vinod, Sathish, Daniel Balaji, Harish Uthaman, Jagapati Babu, Mime Gopi, Roshan Basheer, Sija Rose, Thambi Ramayya, Y Gee Mahendra, Rajendran and many others||Written & Director by Bharathan|
|Music by Santhosh Narayanan||Cinematography M Sukumar|
|Edited by KL Praveen||Production company Vijaya Productions|
|Distributed by Sri Green Productions||Runtime: 168 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U'|
- Vijay's terrific performance (His screen presences is just enough to make it a hit).
- BGM is good.
- High octave action sequence.
- Cinematography is good.
- Second half is written well (Especially the climax portion).
- Second half is a bit lengthy.
- Songs din't impress much.
- Flashback scene is not so appealing.
- Editing could have been better.
- Sathish's comedy looked out of place.
The entire cast of this flick has given their best. As usual Ilayathalapathy has proved his mantle in carrying out his role in a perfect manner. He is the showstopper and his energy and screen presence is just enough to watch the movie. His dialogue delivery, expressions and high-octave action sequence elevates the whole movie.
Keerthy Suresh as Malarvizhi plays it well and grabs the attention with her homely looks and cuteness. Sathish who has earlier delivered good rib-tickling comedy failed to entertain the audience. Daniel Balaji who has given powerful performance in Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu and many others left no stone unturned. He is more powerful than the main villain Jagapathy Babu.The Team
Technically this film is brilliant. The screenplay in the first half is good and keeps us entertaining with its cricket stunt sequence and interval block. Editing could have been better.
Bharathan who is joining hands with Vijay for the second time could have made the script well than delivering usual masala.
Santhosh Narayana's BGM is good but the songs failed to impress. Cinematography needs definitely needs a special mention each and every frame captures the audiences attention.
Bottom line - Watchable movie and a treat for all the Vijay fans.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 2.75/5
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