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Pandigai Tamil Movie Review, Rating

- 2.25/5
Pandigai Tamil Movie Review, Rating ఈ సినిమా రివ్యూ ను తెలుగులో చదవండి

What Is Good

  • Gripping Story
  • Heist in second half
  • Music
  • Cinematography

What Is Bad

  • Bad screenplay
  • Editing
  • Cliches
Bottom Line: A decent attempt by debut director Feroz but could've been better

Story

Velu (Krishna) is an orphan with a violent past whose only aim in life is to lead a straight life.   He even meets and falls for his dream girl Kaviya (Anandhi) but a random act of violence from him sucks him into the lethal world of illegal boxing which tests his resolve till the very end. The first half moves in jet speed and the second half is bit confusing due to unwanted heist acts. What happens in the end? Did he walks out of all the mess forms the rest of the story

Star Performance

Krishna had worked very hard to nail his role of Velu through his body language and with his projecting eyes. Kayal fame actress Aanadhi had come neat in few scenes and her role is not well written and it lacks efficiency. Feroz had directed the movie where the first half is made well, but the second half is not made as expected. Rest of the actors has acted to some extent and Krishna’s performances are the only asset for the movie.

Techinical Team

Cinematographer Aarvee had shown the background in dark effect is good, and it is brilliantly captured. R.H. Vikram had done a work which is tolerable. Meanwhile editor Prabahar also deserves praise for a well paced narrative which hides the flawed scripting in the second half, but the first half of the film is well written and executed with the right build up of characters. Why the maker had done the second part with bad screenplay is unknown.

Analysis

The writer cum director Feroz much like his main characters during the interval block had probably written himself into a corner and takes the easiest way out by switching the genre of the film from a taut thriller to an attempted funny heist movie. Watch the movie with different story, but the making and screenplay is average. Krishna’s body language is realistic and good.

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 5513
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