Irumbuthirai – Well etched Action thriller with a strong message
Finally Vishal and Samantha starrer Irumbuthirai has hit the screens near you. This film is not just an ordinary action thriller, it has a strong message to convey and the director has indeed succeeded in delivering it to the audience in the given time.
To know more about this flick, read our review below to know in detail about the film.
|Release date: 11 May 2018||Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller|
|Cast: Vishal, Samantha Akkineni, Arjun, Shalini Pandey and many others||Director by P. S. Mithran|
|Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja||Cinematography George C Williams|
|Edited by Anthony L Ruben||Production company Vishal Film Factory|
|Distributed by Krikes Cine Creations Lyca Productions||Runtime: 2 hrs 41 mins|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating ‘U’|
Vishal is at his best. He perfectly fits into the character.
Arjun is the right choice to play the strong antagonist in this flick.
Samantha looks wonderful and she does what is required from her character.
Screenplay is neat.
Background music is top notch. It enhances the scenes and takes it to the next level.
Songs are just average.
Many technical terms that might confuse the common audience.
Talking about each and every character played by the actors, it truly need a special mention as everyone has given their best of the best.
Let’s start with the strong protagonist Vishal. He looks all built and plays his role neat. He looks dashing as a military officer and he gives his best to make his character look real. Both in the emotion scenes as well as in the action sequences. He keeps it clean throughout the movie.
When we have a strong hero, we should have an equally powerful Villain right? Yes, and this has been filled in by our action king Arjun. He is just perfect for the role and fits the need of the script. There are few top of the box scenes between Vishal and Arjun that would be remembered even after coming out of the theatres.
Samantha, the leading lady of this flick plays the role of a psychiatrist and does what is required for her role. There are no over glamorous songs that we usually see the actresses in. Though she had limited screen space her character is well etched.
Robo Shankar gives us the comic relief. He scores really well at places. Delhi Ganesan as Vishal’s father gives a commendable performance.
Technically this film has done really well. Each and every character in this movie is well written and they gives us an impact in every scene. Thanks to the director for delivering a strong message at a very short time. The director has ensured that the audiences stay glued to the screens throughout the film. Thanks for not diverting from the core subject of this film.
Music by Yuvan is an average but the background score is pulsating and it goes in par with the sequences. The pre-interval scene needs a special mention as it stays in our mind for a longer time.
Cinematography by George C Williams needs no explanation, it is simply amazing. The shots are well taken and it doesn’t distract the audience. Ruban’s editing is neat and crisp.