Bogan Movie Review & Rating: A Complete Mass Masala Entertainer
The much awaited hit combo Jayam Ravi-Arvind Swamy are back, and this time under Ravi and Hansika's Romeo Juliet director Lakshman. Have they stood up to the expectation of the audience? To know more about this film, read our review below:
|Release date: 02 Feb 2017||Genre:Action, Drama, Fantasy, Romance|
|Cast: Jayam Ravi, Arvind Swami, Hansika Motwani, Akshara Gowda, Nasser, Aadukalam Naren, Shruti Ramakrishnan, Nagendra Prasad and many others||Written & Director by Lakshman|
|Music by D Imman||Cinematography Soundar Rajan|
|Edited by Anthony||Production company Prabhu Deva Studios|
|Distributed by Sri Green Productions||Runtime: 148 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U'|
- Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy's performance.
- Hansika looks beautiful and has a scope to perform.
- Well written dialogues.
- Soundararajan's cinematography needs a special mention.
- Action Sequences.
- Climax portion is not appealing.
- Needs few min of trimming in the Second half.
- Few logical misses.
The entire cast of this flick has given their best. Arvind Swamy is the show stealer. Not Just his dialogues and body languages but his swag that makes him stand out of the rest and adds the evilness to his character.
Jayam Ravi as a cop gives a good impact in the second half with his transformation and yes, it obviously scores the card. The hero and the villain (Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy's) screen presence is just enough to run the whole show.
Hansika as Mahalakshmi, looks gorgeous and adds up to the glamour portion. She has a lot to perform in this and her childish talks and the scenes where she gets caught by the cop for drunken driving definitely makes one skip a beat.
Nasser as archaeologist needs another mention, though he appears in limited scenes he has given his best.The Team
Technically this film is outstanding. The film which starts slow but picks up the pace going forward. Dialogues have been well written. Screenplay could have been stronger. Soundararajan's Cinematography is top class and it needs a special mention.
The climax portion was not much appealing but apart from that this movie is definitely a wholesome mass masala. The Hero and Villan has been given equal weight-age for their roles and looks powerful.
Commendable visuals, Damaalu Dumeeelu and Senthoora songs looks colorful and is well choreographed. Songs are good and the BGM supports the overall heat of the movie.
Bottom line - A full-on Mass Masala entertainer that is not to be missed for this weekend.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3.5/5
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