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Sagaa Movie Review

Sagaa Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Sagaa"
Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 01-02-2019
Genre: Action, Romance, Crime
2.5 / 5.0



" Sagaa" is scripted and directed by Murugesh. The film is produced by R Selvakumar and Ramprasath. Sagaa has the star cast of " Saran," Sree Ram, Master Kishore, Pakoda Pandi, Prithvi Rajan, “Aayira,” " Neeraja" and Ravi Venkatraman. The music composition is by “ Shabir,” an independent musician from Singapore. Niran Chander cranked the camera and Hariharan edited the film.


Juvenile prison has two gangs led by Saran and Prithvi. Kishore enters the prison and befriends with Saran. The youngsters have different backstories and they want to escape from the prison and wish to lead the life they want. The warden of the prison is very strict and a hard-hearted guy. Did the boys escape from the prison? Did the warden catch them? Watch the film in theaters.

Star Performance

The young stars had given their best. But, they have to improvise a lot. Sriram’s performance is appreciable.


Director Murugesh has brought a good story. The director should have designed the characters better. It is Sriram, who had worked well for the role given. That doesn’t mean that others haven’t performed. The first half goes with the character introduction and the reason why they became juvenile convicts. The second half is not much interesting while compared with the second half. Certain scenes seem to have been forcefully inserted, especially, the female leads’ sequences. Except for the jail song, other songs are unnecessarily inserted. However, the songs are good. But the BGM is not much impressive. The cinematography is the best in this. Niran Chander is excellent in the color grading.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars are okayish
  • The script is different
  • Songs and the cinematography are appreciable

What’s Not There?

  • The second half could have been narrated better
  • Certain songs and scenes are forcefully inserted for the commercial purpose


For a different attempt by Murugesh and team, the film is watchable once.