Paayum Puli Review

Cast: Kajal Aggarwal, Soori, Vishal
Production: Vendhar Movies
Direction: Suseenthiran
Screenplay: Suseenthiran
Story: Suseenthiran
Music: D Imman

This movie is pretty simple, which comes back to haunt Paayum Puli especially in the first half. Vishal plays a police officer (ACP) who wants to clean up his city, which is hounded by numerous ruffians. He plays as a sincere under cop police officer named Jayaseelan. The story is about police officers and how they respects their job. It revolves around how the entire law and force comes together to support one of their colleagues.

Vishal looks handsome and he has improved a lot with his acting capabilities. He looks handsome and he has improved a lot with his acting capabilities. Kajal Aggarwal does enlighten the screen now and then. But the real worry kicks in when you realize the movie’s female lead, played by Kajal Aggarwal, disappears even without a trace in the second half.

One of the major highlight in this movie is Samuthirakani’s performance. You should watch his performance in theaters as we are not that versatile enough to judge the acting excellence of this impeccable personality. While Soori fails to evoke laughter at regular intervals, rest of the supporting cast including Harish Uthaman and R.K have done a commendable job.

While Imman’s background score is mediocre expect the theme of Paayum Puli. Songs are misplaced in the middle of the story. Suseenthiran in Paayum Puli takes the story forward but not with the usual vigour he is known for, in the first half.

The second half increase the pace of the film. The incisive mode of the hero unveiling the end of the film is a true delight to watch. With a strong climax and a concrete closure to the story.

Overall ‘Paayum Puli’ is a commercial entertainer.