Eeswaran Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Balaji Kapa
- Music Director:
- S. Thaman
- The performance of Simbu and Bharathiraja are impressive
- Family elements are good
- The story is not something new
- Screenplay is predictable
“Eeswaran” is an action thriller scripted and directed by “Suseenthiran.” The film produced by Balaji Kapa, MD Sharafudeen and KV Durai has “Silambarasan” in the lead role. “P Bharathiraja,” Nidhi Agarwal, Nandita Swetha, Bala Saravanan, Muniskanth Ramdoss, “Aruldoss,” Harish Uthaman, Manoj Bharathiraja, Kaali Venkat, Stun Siva and Bava Lakshmanan are in the supporting roles. The music composition is by S Thaman. Cinematography is by Tirru and Anthony edited the film. The film’s shooting was wrapped in just 22 days as a single schedule.
Periyasamy lives in a village with his wife and children. Their astrologer predicts the death of Periyasamy's wife and it happens immediately that left everyone in shock. After a few years, Periyasamy’s children settle in different places and Periyasamy stays in the village and is taken care of by Eeswaran. After a long gap, Periyasamy’s children visit him and make him happy. Periyasamy enjoys his days with his grandchildren. At the same time, Periyasamy’s enemy, who had been in jail, releases. Once again, Periyasamy’s family astrologer predicts that death will occur in his family and this made their family lose their sleep. What happens next? The answer forms the rest of the story.
Simbu’s performance is good and Bharathiraja excels with his matured performance. The rest of the cast had done what is required.
After a long, Simbu is into the show. Suseenthiran has scripted a family story, once again and hopefully, this is the first time, Simbu attracted the family audience along with youngsters. Though there are certain punch dialogues comparing him with other stars, this film is a treat to Simbu fans. Simbu’s performance and family scenes are really good. Thaman’s songs and BGM are fantastic. Varan Varan Indha Tamizhan and Mangalyam Thanthunanena are fantastic. The screenplay should have been better. The cinematography and editing are neat.
What’s Not There?
Even though there are a few negative points, Simbu’s Eeswaran has come as a treat to his fans. Eeswaran – Watchable Once!