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“ Sathru” is a cop thriller scripted and directed by Naveen Nanjundan. Sathru has “ Kathir,” Srushti Dange, “ Ponvannan,” Lagubaran, Suja Varunee, Marimuthu and Neelima Rani in the star cast. Sathru music director is “Amrish.” Mahesh Muthuswami cranked the camera and editing is by Prasanna GK. The film is produced by RT Infinity Deal.
Kathir is a sincere young cop. He doesn’t bend to anyone and get the criminals and give them the right treatment they need. Meanwhile, a group of five friends abduct children and threaten the parents and earn money. When a jewelry shop owner’s kid is abducted, Kathir is given the job to rescue the child. While rescuing the child, Kathir kills one of the five thugs. As he didn’t lend his ears to the senior officers, he is suspended. As he encountered the kidnapper, his friends decided to kill Kathir’s family members one by one. They rammed a car and tried to kill Kathir’s niece. When she is in ICU, is it possible for Kathir to save the rest of his family? Did he finishes off those gangsters? Watch the film to get the answers!
Kathir had played excellently well as the cop. His body language and dialogue delivery are perfect. Lagubaran, the actor who performed as the hero in Ratinam played the villain. He is a good addition to Kollywood’s cruel villains. The women leads didn’t have much to perform.
Naveen Nanjundan had done a great job in scripting, screenplay writing and executing. He has maintained the thrills well and makes the audiences to come to the seat edge. Amrish’s BGM is superb than the songs. Cinematography by Mahesh needs a special mention. The lighting effects are neat and good work by the cinematography team. Although there are a lot of logical loopholes, the screenplay and execution make us concentrate on the current scene and make us forget the past scenes. As there are a lot of chasing and the fight sequences, in a phase, we lose our patience and wait for the climax.
What’s Not There?
Sathru is a good action entertainer with good performances. It also has a lot of seat edge thrilling scenes, but also some logical loopholes. If some lengthy action sequences are avoided, Sathru would have been this week’s winner!
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