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“Gorilla” is the heist comedy thriller directed by Don Sandy Don Sandy is a Tamil film industry writer and dire >> Read More... . “ Jiiva Born on 4th January 1982 Jiiva is one of the young >> Read More... ,” Shalini Pandey Shalini Pandey is an Indian film actress. She kick >> Read More... , Radha Ravi Radha Ravi is a populous actor cum producer in the >> Read More... , Yogi Babu Yogi Babu is one of the famous actors in Indian fi >> Read More... , “ Sathish Sathish is a talented and veteran Tamil actor who >> Read More... ” Naan Kadavul Click to look into! >> Read More... “ Rajendran It's no secret that most celebrities use stunt >> Read More... ” and Munishkanth Ramdoss Munishkanth’s Original name is Ramdoss. He has wor >> Read More... are in the cast. Sam CS Born on July 30, in Munnar, Kerala, Sam C. S. is a >> Read More... composes the music. RB Gurudev cranked the camera and “ Antony L Ruben Antony Ruben or Livingston Antony Ruben (by birth) >> Read More... ” edited the film. All In Pictures bankrolled the film.
Jiiva is a small-time thief. He and his friends are in need of money. Besides them, their neighbor, a farmer was also in need of money and fed up in getting the loan form the bank. All four plan to loot a bank. They plan well and take their chimpanzee too with them for robbing the bank. After they grabbed the needed money and successfully getting out of the bank, the chimp pressed the danger switch. After hearing the sound, the police rounded up the bank. Will they escape from the cops? Watch the film in theaters!
Jiiva has given his natural performance. Yogi Babu is usual with his oneliners. The rest of the cast have done justice to their roles.
There are a lot of movies made with agriculture base and they speak about farmers’ issues. This film speaks not about the problems in agriculture, but just about farmers and it seems to be inserted to grab the attention. Why did they used the chimp in the film is a question mark. They had used it only to press the danger switch. Although the comedy has worked out, it is not much impressive, as it has similar stereotypical dialogues by the comedian. The BGM is good and the cinematography too. The emotional scenes seem to be dramatic and it didn’t gel with the story.
What’s Not There?
If you don’t see logic then the film might entertain you. It’s a one-time watch!
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