Sinam is scripted by R Saravanan and directed by “ G N R Kumaravelan He is an India-based film director who works predo >> Read More... .” Arun Vijay Arun Kumar is the son of famous Tamil actor and po >> Read More... , Palak Lalwani, Kaali Venkat Kali Venkat hails from a rural village named Kovil >> Read More... , RNR Manohar, Baby Desina, KSG Venkatesh, Marumalarchi Bharathi Marumalarchi K. Bharathi is an Indian filmmaker an >> Read More... , and Tamizh are cast. “” produced the film. S Gopinath cranked the camera. Raja Mohammad Raja Mohammad is an editor for Indian films and is >> Read More... edited the film. The music composition is by Shabir.
Paari Venkat is a Sub Inspector of Police who is well-known for sincerity. He falls in love with Madhangi. As Paari is an orphan, Madhangi’s family refuses to get them married. Later, they get married, and Madhangi’s family ill-treats Paari for marrying her without their consent. Paari and Madhangi has a daughter. When situations turned positive for Paari and created a possibility of uniting with Madhangi’s family, Madhangi’s death turned everything upside down. Her death case was misinterpreted, and Paari loses his temper and locks horns with another cop. In the commotion, he is suspended. Paari decides to find out the culprit behind Madhangi’s murder. Was he successful? Why was Madhangi murdered? Did he join the department again? The rest of the story deals with it.
Arun Vijay did his part well as the sincere cop, Paari. Palak did a decent job in her minimum screen presence. Her chemistry with Arun Vijay is laudable. Kaali Venkat is good in the constable role.
Sinam is a normal cop thriller that didn’t have a brand-new script. The first half moves at a slow pace, and the director should have taken care of the first half with some exciting scenes. The romance and the family scenes were shot as usual. The second half is not interesting as the previous half. The cinematography is good. The BGM is okayish. If the screenplay had been better, the film might have reached well.
What’s Not There?
Though the cop thriller has its ups and downs in both halves, it is a decent watch. If you love watching cop thrillers, then this would entertain you.