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Annadurai (Tamil) / Indrasena (Telugu) Movie Review, Rating

- 2/5
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What Is Good

  • Vijay Antony
  • Cinematography

What Is Bad

  • Cliches
  • Predictable twists
  • Tragedy ending
  • Music
  • Over sentiment
  • Whatsapp Philosophy Dialogues
Bottom Line: This wannabe sentimental entertainer loses track thanks to a mediocre screenplay.


Despite failing bigtime with the psychological thriller Saithan, music director turned actor Vijay Antony gave a decent comeback to his political revenge thriller Yaman directed by his mentor Jeeva Shankar. Now, the actor has returned with a dual role entertainer yet again with Annadurai, with a debutant Director at the helm of affairs. Indrasena and Rudrasena are twin brothers. Indrasena is one of the greats while Rudrasena is a physical trainer. Then due to some political games the brothers face off each other and finally the movie ends on a tragedy state. 

Star Performance

Vijay Antony is known for his knack of choosing scripts that give him unconventional roles, and this time around, he has delivered yet another interesting performance with restrained emotions and subtlety in both his roles and the only place where he falters happens to be the romance sequences. Despite the presence of 3 heroines, Diana champika, Mahima and  Jewel Mary, none of them make an impact as their roles are poorly etched, besides they don't get much screen space to perform. Kaali Venkat and Radha Ravi are adequate.

Techinical Team

Music by Vijay Antony is below par, with the kick in the BGM of his previous releases clearly missing, and the songs giving the feel of a dubbed flick with poorly written lyrics. Cinematography by Dilraj is impressive, while Vijay Antony himself has edited this movie for the first time, and for a first-timer, it's quite a decent output. Despite having a solid support Casting, the young maker fails to deliver an interesting screenplay and laces it with cliched, predictable sequences, and boring love tracks.


After several successful flicks as an actor, Vijay Antony has this time joined hands with debutant Srinivasan, for Annadurai. Besides, the so-called mass scenes fail to make an impact, as they give a sense of deja vu, having seen similar scenes in Vijay Antony's previous hits itself. With none of the heroines and songs making an impact, the film filled with loads of action scenes and sentiment scenes suffers from predictability and stereotypical presentation of the 80s, ultimately making Annadurai just a can watch if you could bear the cliches. 

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 9911
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