Baskar Oru Rascal - This remake doesnt shine much
Director Siddique has made a comeback to give a yet another remake of his hit Malayalam flick. Starring Arvind Swamy and Amala Paul in the lead this movie doesnt impress much like his previous films Friends, Engal Anna and Kaavalan.
To know more about this flick, read our review below to know in detail about the film.
|Release date: 17 May 2018||Genre: Action, Comedy, Family|
|Cast: Arvind Swami, Amala Paul, Aftab Shivdasani, Nasser, Ramesh Khanna, Robo Shankar, Riyaz Khan, Soori, Baby Nainika, Master Raghavan, Siddique and many others||Director by Siddique|
|Music by Amresh Ganesh||Cinematography Vijay Ulaganath|
|Edited by K. R. Gowrishankar||Production company Harshini Movies, Triple V Records|
|Distributed by AP International||Runtime: 2 hrs 32 mins|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U/A'|
- Arvind Swami gets an interesting role to play and he keeps it neat and clean.
- Amala Paul looks great and performs well.
- Master Raghavan and Baby Nainika are the show stoppers and they have given an amazing performance.
- Comedy scenes worked well.
- Week Subplot.
- Logical loopholes.
- Fight scenes looks intolerant.
Arvind Swami gets to be seen in an interesting role and he does it neat. Amala Paul's character looks confused at times but she looks beautiful and performs well.
The two kids Master Raghavan and Baby Nainika looked perfect for the script and both have performed well.
Soori, Robo Shankar, and Ramesh Kanna gives us some relief with their comedy. Aftab Shivdasani role looks unconvincing but he has performed his role well.The Team
Technically this film wasn't very good. Music by Amresh Ganesh is an average and it could have been better. The fight scenes looked like it was added forcibly. CGI works at places looked poor. There are logical loops in the script which could have taken care when it comes to a remake.
Bottom line - One time watchable.
Certified Fresh - NO!
Stars - 2.5/5