Bairavaa Movie review
The duo Ilayathalapathy Vijay and auteur Bharathan are teamed up after a decade for yet another commercial entertainer Bairava. This outing has typical template of mass elements but is packed with solid message. The renowned telugu star Jagapathi Babu who was last seen in Vishal starrer Kaththi Sandai have done yet another menacing baddie persona. The comedy tracks was taken care by Sathish, Motta Rajendiran and Thambi Ramaiah. Lets see the full fledged facets of this movie.
The miscreants shades of a private medical college owner creates havoc in students life and how the protagonist unravels this serious issue is the rest of the story.
The introductory portions kickstart in a enchanting action sequences followed by typical mass masala ingredients alongside love tracks amidst the lead pair. Sathish’s witty shades evokes laugh and Keerthy’s ethnic cum demure avatar entrall the viewers in a pleasing fashion. After some usual template of narration, movie shifts to serious note from the flashback block. The whole first half concludes with the intriguing action scenes which kindles the momentum to furthur proceedings.
The stereotype tussle amidst hero and baddie gives some dreary mood in the second half also the lengthy duration is the major loophole of the movie. Though it has flaws, Vijay’s screen presene carries the narration with ease. The stunts and Santhosh Narayanan’s background score are the driving force of this commercial flick. The court scene and convincing climax injects a satisfactory feel.
Apart from Ilayathalapathy Vijay, baddie Daniel Balaji have portrayed a meaningful character also Harish Uthaman done a decent justice to his small cameo. The disappointing aspects is that the Motta Rajendiran and Thambi Ramaiah are seen in less meaty roles. Keerthy suresh and Sathish have essayed another exquisite performances.
The plus points are the inclusion of serious social issues with right mix of mass elements. Technical crew are the big boost for the movie alongside scintillating action sequences. The major loopholes is the lengthy second half and less engaging scenes in the later part of the movie. Needs trimming to add grippness to the plot.
Verdict- An One time watchable commercial flick & that too strictly for Vijay!