Friday, August 15, 2014

ANJAAN MOVIE REVIEW







[ SPOILER FREE ]

'Bang Bang Bang' was the only word ringing in my head the moment I walked off from the cinema hall yesterday from the premiere event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the number was the first and the most exciting song that popped out perfectly and sadly that was the only attraction worth visiting again.

The film starts off with Krishna played by Surya who goes in search of his brother, Raju Bhai and my oh my Surya did steal the show with the very style he had. The background music from Yuvan soared perfectly and the technical aspects of the film was first class be it the camerawork or cinematography. The pairing of Surya and Samantha was fresh and Samantha did made an impact by providing a couple of tickling humors here and there and these were the only positives from the film.

So what went wrong with Anjaan? Almost everything!!!

The film started well and it took its own sweet time to build up to the plot as expected in almost all commercial Tamil films. Soori had so little screen time and barely made an impact as a comedian while on the other hand Samantha took over as the cute and witty city girl. Vidyut Jamwal as Chandru did justice to his role but the lip sync was a disaster! Villain roles played throughout the film was cardboard acting at its best and sometimes you can't help but to laugh at these scenes.

The first half of the film had too many loopholes and illogical scenes or situations in which case I decided not to bother as it was a film that was made to be so and the only thing I was hanging unto at that very moment was the promised twists and turns which somewhat disappointed after the interval block. Predictable was the only word I uttered throughout the film and clocking in at an almost three hours, the film just drags it's dead body to the finish point. Although songs in the film were shot beautifully, the placement was utter dreadful especially in the second half. No big highlights on the dialogues here sincerely speaking and this is by far the worst outing from N.Lingusamy.

Nothing will be able to stop Anjaan from rampaging the box-office as the hype surrounding it is enormous! Despite all the biggies name in it, Anjaan fails to live up to its hype and was made only for the hardcores.


Conclusion : Extreme style over an almost been-there-seen-that plot. The film deteriorates with time salvaging only the excellent technical aspects and Surya's undoubtful performance.






4 comments:

  1. Heard the muvi nt so nice also....

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  2. pocha.. appove nenechen.. mokke padam ne

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  3. Anjaan only one word, Mokke!

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  4. pongeda dei....Surya eppothum mass thaan!

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