Koorman is a psychological thriller scripted and directed by ‘ Bryan B George Bio coming soon... >> Read More... .’ ‘Rajaji,” Janani Iyer, Bala Saravanan Bala Saravanan is an Indian Tamil cinema actor. He >> Read More... and Aadukalam Naren are cast in prominent roles. Tony Britto composed the music. Shakthi Arvind cranked the camera and “S Devaraj” edited the film. Mathanakumar of MK Entertainment produced the film.
Dhanasekhar lives in a farmhouse with Friday Murugan, Subbu, a German Sheppard, and Stella, his girlfriend. He shares things with Stella frequently. Murugan and Subbu are the people who respond to his orders. Raghuram, an officer from the Intelligence bureau, suspects Dhanasekhar’s residence. So, Raghuram started investigating. A prisoner sent to Dhanasekhar’s place escapes and made things complicated. Was Dhanasekhar involved in his escape? What is the next attempt by Raghuram? The rest of the film deals with this.
Janani and Naren did their job as directed. Bala Saravanan is okay as usual. Rajaji should have performed better.
The film comes with an exciting subject firmly based on characters. Though the characters are designed well, the plot and execution didn’t impress. The director should have gotten the work done properly from the lead. Certain scenes give the audience a feeling that they are forced to watch something irrelevant. Certain things create suspense, but in the end, there is nothing useful to the plot.
What’s Not There?
The story comes with some interesting characters. If the plot had been defined well with essential suspense elements and better execution, the movie might have reached well. Koorman – Not Sharp!