Reviewer's Summary - A Stinker|
Actors: Hamsawardhan, Sruthi, Swathi, Delhi Ganesh
Story, Screenplay, Dialogs, Producer & Director: Ravichandran
Gosh, this crude movie is an eggregious offense against all notions of artistry.
There isn't a single redeeming element in this violent abomination.
What chiefly mars the movie is a weak script.
Manthiran (Hamsawardhan) comes to the big City Chennai in search of better prospects. In Chennai, Manthiran befriends three youngsters Balaji (Balaji), Ravi (Ravi) and Sukumar (Sukumar) and moves in with them.
Soon, Manthiran and Abhi (Sruthi), daughter of his landlord So. Mari's (Delhi Ganesh) fall in love. Their marriage is also fixed.
Meanwhile, forever short of money, the four friends open a small fast food joint. In the course of managing the road-side joint, Manthiran accidentally kills a goon when attacked by some extortionists.
Fearful of the police, Manthiran seeks the help of a local Don Rajan. The don helps Manthiran in avoiding jail time but the young lad pays a heavy price. Manthiran enters a downward criminal spiral from which he can never exit.
Upon knowing of Manthiran's criminal activities, Abhi's father cancels the marriage.
Manthiran's criminal activities increase and when his mentor dies, he becomes the new Don.
The stunt scenes are downright ridiculous. Even Superman wouldn't attempt the kind of acrobatics Manthiran engages in during the fight scenes.
As for the music, fuggedaboutit. It's not even worth mentioning.
Hamsawardhan is the son of this movie's director and producer Ravichandran. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.