CAST & CREW
Kaaki Sattai introduces Sivakarthikeyan as a Policeman and his body structure fit to the character as well. Siva plays the role as a constable Mathimaran, who wants to achieve something in his career. Sridivya pairs him for the second time after Varutthapadatha Valibar Sangam.
Sivakarthikeyan’s introduction is really cool. A Police jeep is approaching fast and Siva jumps out of the jeep, as a Police inspector and the audience really applaud his heroic entry. But as usual, it is a dream of the Police constable. Siva takes charge as Mathimaran, the police constable, who wants to achieve something great in his career. But he was frustrated that his senior officers did not trust him and give him a right job. Prabhu appears in a cameo role as the senior officer. There is a group maintained by Durai for organ trafficking. With the people in the Police department, Durai undergoes all the illegal operations and lives happily. When Mathimaran comes to know about this, he tries to evacuate them all.
The story is about the exploitation of the immigration laborers for their organs. With the help of the Police Commissioner, the illegal activities and the murder are staged. Mathimaran finds out this and with the help of his trusted friends, he stops it. There are some scenes that are the Trademarks of Tamil cinema. And it is: The doctor involved in this crime of organ trafficking. He narrates the information to the hero and commits suicide. Then one more incident is, while going in the vehicle, Sivakarthikeyan receives a call, when he gets out the vehicle, it gets exploded. Other than these stereotyped incidents, the film is good. The heroine has the job as usual.
The music by Anirudh seems to be a repetition of his previous songs. For the Sivakarthikeyan fans, this film might be a good entertainer.
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