In yet another movie of G.V.Prakash, I sit impatiently waiting for the interval so that I can go buy pop-corn. Starting off with a disclaimer “I inspire from all the movies I see”, director Prasanth Pandiraj probably wanted us to warn about the spoofing or plagiarism of concepts from other movies. Maybe he wanted us to know that he was going to blandly rip off certain parts of the many films, but the movie was not so. It seemed as if the director/writer tried to infuse his own style of copying other movies in a suave fashion but failed to do so. It is a mangled mess and miss of everything here and there.
As for G.V.Prakash I would say that he must have something with him to often remind him that he is better off as a music director and not a hero. It evades one’s reasoning capability as why G.V.P is desperately trying to establish himself as a hero. Even if he is doing so, why can’t he pick the right stories? You never know. The Heroine, Kriti Kharbanda, is a new face to Kollywood and we’ll have to wait for a few more movies from her to talk about her. The heroine’s friend is there throughout the movie, for purposes unknown to the audience, maybe the director himself. The most irking thing about Bruce Lee is its supporting characters. A lot of known faces have not been used to their potential, especially Motta Rajendiran and Bala Saravanan. Bala Saravanan was a delight to watch in Adhe Kangal but his comedy is missing timing, and his timing misses the comedy. The comics in this movie are as old as my previous sentence. Also, we really begin to hope that they’d give Rajendiran a different Toupe and hairstyle.
Now, Muniskanth Ramdoss is the only good thing about this movie. That doesn’t mean he was fantastic or anything, but he did his job. Yet another wasted actor in this movie. His Maanagaram role is getting praises as we speak, and such a dull role would not be helpful for him to go bigger. Being the villain in this film he did what he was asked to, though not funny, his role was a bit amusing.
In whole, this movie is an example of little things matter in a movie. This movie’s plot was cat on the wall, but the messing up minute elements made it fall to the wrong side. If they had been right it could have been a laugh riot like the climax portion. Unlike the last 15 minutes of the movie the rest of 125 minutes were drab and dull. This is another movie you can yawn off. There are better movies to watch this weekend.