Title : REVIEW : Sikandar
Star Cast : Surya,Samantha
Producer : Siddharth Roy Kapur, N. Subash Chandrabose
Director : Lingu Swami
Music : Yuvan Shankar
Released on: August 15th, 2014
Surya’s Anjaan, is the biggest South-indian release. In telugu Anjaan was titled as “Sikandar”. Makers are releasing both Anjaan & Sikandar on the same day. In both tollywood and kollywood, it was the biggest release in this weekend. It is opening in record number of screens in Tamil Nadu and others parts of South India like Chennai, Madhurai, Hyderabad...
It's The story of Don. who is rulling the city with the help of his friend. Plot will take twist when movie goes on. He lost his Friend. How our Raju bhai takes the revenge is the rest of the story
Performances :Surya unleashes the best in both the avatars as Raju Bhai and Krishna. He becomes the absolute showstopper and keeps stealing your attention in every frame. Be his most vivacious cuteness as a lover boy, his cool mannerisms, chemistry with Samantha or the mind-boggling aggressions on his loss, he strikes with a spectacular show. There is one scene where he will outburst for his friend it is very hot touching.
Lingusamy’s paperwork is decent. It is the execution which ticks off the fun. Well written scenes clubbed with interesting twists could have rocketed Anjaan to another level. Unfortunately, his packaging which sticks to the age old formula of fights, songs and punch lines is a bummer. Captivating tidbits like the coin spin and a transformation do not rise up to what it has to be. In the second half, there is a fight every ten minutes, each time with a different character. Good dialogues are used time and again, taking away the impact.
Santosh Sivan’s cinematography cuts through the locales of Mumbai with a bang, as his camera does the talking in the stunt sequences.
Background given by Yuvan is one of the main asset of the movie.
Plus Points :Surya
Minus Points :
Lengthy Run time
Drags in 2nd Half
The first half runs away with an interesting intro, the supercute Samantha and some neatly made action sequences. Lingusamy’s trump card is played at the interval scene, which brings out what he is truly capable of. The stage is set for a fast and furious second half. Intervel scene is definetely the best.
Second disspoints you . there is drag. Climax is big let down.
Bottom Line :
AwaitNews.com Rating 2.25/5
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