Bongu nbsp is the Tamil road thriller film directed by Taj a debutant The film has Natarajan Subramaniam alias Natty in the lead role Ruhi Singh Pooja Bisht

Bongu Movie Review

Bongu Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Bongu"
Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 02-06-2017
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller
2.5 / 5.0

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Bongu is the Tamil road thriller film directed by Taj, a debutant. The film has Natarajan Subramaniam alias Natty in the lead role. Ruhi Singh, Pooja Bisht, Arjunan Nandakumar, Atul Kulkarni, Sharath Lohitashwa, Ramdoss and Nikita Tukral are in the cast. The film has the music composition by Srikanth Deva. Mahesh Muthuswami cranks the camera and Gopi Krishna is the editor. RT Infinity Deal Entertainment produces the film. Bongu had been shot in the locales of Madurai, Chennai, Dindigul and Mumbai.

Plot

Three people, two guys and a girl (Deva, Bhaskar and Janani) lose their jobs, due to the treachery of a businessman. So, they want to take revenge on him. To run their life, they approach a gangster, who gives them a job to steal a luxurious car from Pandian, a don, who resides in Madurai. Mani, who know about Pandian’s whereabouts join the team. All of them travel towards the city. Deva’s first job in Madurai is to get the membership in Pandian’s club. Later, he gets shocking information about the don? After knowing it, did the team steal the car? Did Pandian get to know their plan? What happens next? Watch the rest in theaters.

Star Performance

Natty has once again impressed the audiences with his casual performance. Arjunan and Munish Kanth had done a decent job. Ruhi Singh fits well as the heroine in the southern film industry. Sharath Lohitashwa had done his job convincingly.

Analysis

Taj, the debutant has chosen a new genre to make his entry. The film impresses the audiences with the quick paced narration. Although it is a plus point, the film has its own flaws too. Yes, Atul Kulkarni’s talent is wasted. He should have been given a better role in the film.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars
  • Interesting scenes that make the audiences expect the next suspense break
  • Quick first half ties up the audiences to the seats

What’s Not There?

  • Draggy second half with some purposely inserted scenes
  • Atul’s talent is just wasted

Verdict

Bongu comes with a different plot and impresses the audiences. Although it has some flaws, there are some cheerful moments too. Visit the theaters without many expectations and you will love the movie, for sure.


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