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“Kee” is the science fiction thriller scripted and directed by “ Kalees Bio coming soon... >> Read More... .” Michael Rayappan produced the film. Vishal Chandrasekhar Vishal Chandrasekhar, a young and bright talent, h >> Read More... composed the music and Abhinandan Ramanujam cranks the camera. The film has the star cast of “ Jiiva Born on 4th January 1982 Jiiva is one of the young >> Read More... ,” Govind Padmasoorya Govind Padmasoorya is a Malayalam film actor and a >> Read More... , RJ Balaji RJ Balaji is the famous name of Balaji Patturaj. H >> Read More... , Suhasini Maniratnam Suhasini Maniratnam was born on 15th August 1961 i >> Read More... , “ Manobala Comedy is the forte of Manobala (Manobala Mahadeva >> Read More... ,” Meera Krishnan Meera Krishnan… she is the beautiful Tamil actress >> Read More... , Kishore Rajkumar, Sindhu Shyam Sindhu Shyam is the wife of Shyam Ganesh, an actor >> Read More... and Swathista Krishnan.
Siddharth leads a happy life with his family. Siddharth is a hacker, yet a good one. An incident made him clash with another hacker, who is a baddie. With his hacking tricks, the baddie hacker spoils the lives of the innocent people. He weakens the emotional people further with the latest technology. How does he enters the life of Siddharth and how Siddharth overcome the troubles form the rest of the plot.
Jiiva and Govind Padamasoorya did justice to their roles. The rest of the stars had also done their part, well.
The script is good and it comes with a social message. The casting team had done an excellent job by choosing the right artists. But, did they all attracted the audience? They would have attracted the viewers if the logical loopholes had been cleared. Yes, some forcedly inserted romantic and comedy scenes are the biggest hurdles to the sensational script. Although Govind and Jiiva lived their roles perfectly, if these unnecessary scenes had been avoided, Kee would have become another Irumbu Thirai Click to look into! >> Read More... . Yet, it teaches the worst side of technological improvement and helps us learn some lesson.
What’s Not There?
The film comes with a good message. Although the starts performed well, the weak narration and forcedly added scenes make the audience feel bored, a bit. Yet, it is watchable for its content!
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