The movie focuses on the life of pullu giri, a gangster and a rough man who is now retired from his ugly past and is living in his hometown. Nevertheless, the local goons and small thieves and gang people drag him back into the dirty affairs after an incident after which they get involved in a personal give-and-take fight.
I would say that the actors tried their best with whatever script they were provided, yet their performances were not up to the mark.
This movie is a crime drama, and our main lead goes on full revenge in the movie. The movie starts with a young boy who witnesses his mother getting killed in front of his eyes. The hometown of our main lead is called Thrissur and this hometown is where our lead and the antagonist fight both physically and verbally. The movie overall is very boring if somebody is not a fan of exaggerated action scenes. The actors tried their best with their acting but could not save the movie from its weak script. Jayasurya’s performance is appreciated by some people, mostly the viewers who are his fans but to me, the whole script, as well as the acting in this movie, is weak.
What’s Not There
The viewers recall this movie to be a blood-rushing action movie with a good performance by the actors but according to me, the performance of the cast was nothing to be applauded for, and neither was the script worthy of good acting. The movie has a good storyline, but the theme is not unique, the whole young boy from a small village avenging a death after growing up and becoming a gangster, is nothing new and has been seen in many plays and movies, some of which have done a far better job than this one. I would not recommend this movie to anybody unless they are a fan of south Indian action movies.