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“ Seyal” is the romantic action entertainer scripted and directed by Ravi Abbulu of Shahjahan fame. Rajan Tejeshwar makes his debut as the hero. " Tharushi," Renuka, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, “Ramdoss,” Theepetti Ganesan, Aadukalam Jayabalan, “ Dheena” and Chammak Chandra are in the star cast. CR Rajan produced the film. Siddharth Vipin is the music director and V Ilayaraja is the cinematographer. Nirmal edits the film and Kanal Kannan is the action choreographer.
Dhandapani is a gang leader, who controls Vada Chennai. Karthik, the youngster, is from a middle-class family. He stays with his mother, Lakshmi. One day, Lakshmi sends Karthik with a list to get from the market. Karthik and Dhandapani had a clash in the market and it turned out to be a big issue. Karthik thrashes Dhandapani and someone captures it and forwards the video in Whatsapp. After this incident, Dhandapani loses his power in the market. Meanwhile, Karthik goes to Kerala and there he meets his lady love. In the market, the opposition parties started to dominate and to get back the lost power, Dhandapani plans to defeat Karthik in the same place, where he hit him. He takes initiatives to bring Karthik to Chennai. What happens next? Watch the film in theaters.
Rajan Tejeshwar should learn to emote well. Tharushi got the template heroine role. However, she had done the job neatly. Renuka comes as the hero’s mom and does justice to the role. Chammak has done his part as directed. Munishkanth Ramdoss seems to be a visitor in the film.
After a long time, the director made his re-entry with Seyal. Although the story is okayish, he should have concentrated on the screenplay. The action scenes didn’t suit the young hero. The villain character should have been shown in a different perception. The villain’s terror appeal had been smashed in a few minutes. Ramdoss should have been used well.
What’s Not There?
If the director had designed a better screenplay, then Seyal would have reached the audiences well. However, the film is not bad, but could be watched once!
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