Rajini Murugan (TAMIL)


Starring: Sivarkarthikeyan, Keerthi Suresh, Rajkiran, Soori, Samuthirakani and many more
Editing : Vivek Harshan
Music : D Imman
Cinematography: Balasubramaniem
Directed by: Ponram

After a long delay the movie has released on a grand scale amid roaring expectations thanks to the many trailers and many release dates which were announced previously. Also the hero’s mileage in giving hits made the expectations to grow high. Lets see how the film had fared.

Rajini Murugan (Sivakarthikeyan) is a happy-go-lucky guy, whose only job is to take care of his grandfather (Rajkiran). He always roams along with his friend Thothathri (Soori). He is madly in love with Karthika Devi (Keerthi), daughter of his uncle, who is no longer in good terms with the family. Rajkiran’s one and only aim in life before he dies is to meet all his family members, who are settled abroad, sell his ancestral house and give everyone their share. In order to bring all the family members Rajini Murugan sketches a plan. There enters ‘Ezharai’ Mookan (Samuthirakani) who says he too have a share in that property. What happens next is rest.

The film is a package of all elements which is needed for a commercial film and director had succeeded in delivering whats needed to deliver a hit. The biggest plus, as usual, is the comedy of Soori and Siva which has worked here in regular intervals. The story grips in the second half but the length seems to be so long that when we know it’s the end the film still keeps going on. But hold on, the climax gives you another surprise which makes you to smile and leave the hall after watching.

Sivakarthikeyan is at his usual best and a treat to watch. When he joins with Soori they always give a blockbuster performance which they have proved once again. Keerthy looks fresh. Her screen presence and performance definitely needs a thumbs up. Samuthirakani is another big asset for the movie, his uncanny villainy act and Rajkiran is in top form. While songs are already chartbusters, BGM by Imman is apt for the movie. Balu has aptly captured the fun, chaos and colour of this lighthearted entertainer.

Ponram comes up with the usual formula oriented first half which would have fallen flat if the comedy was not good. Despite seeing this story and screenplay in many other movies, Ponram keeps you glued to the screen with the performance of Siva and proper usage of comedy. Overall, the movie is an entertaining watch and treat to family audiences..!! 🙂


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