Puli Movie Review: The latest release of Sridevi and Vijay starrer has been released worldwide today. It was one of the most awaited and much-anticipated film of the year. Let’s see if it has lived up to the desires and hopes. Scroll down and get review of Puli (Tamil) flick.
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Puli Movie Review
Puli is based on a story of a fantasy kingdom named Vedhala Kotai, ruled by queen (Sridevi) and Sudeep has portrayed the role of its commander.
Sudeep is the chief of an army of warriors who possess superhuman abilities and known as ‘Vedhalangal’. Collectively, they imposed their supremacy and imposed unreasonable taxes on the citizens of nearby villages.
Moreover, the situation becomes like they enslaved them by taking complete control over them. When the situation become worse, then the villagers look for Vijay to free them from the evil doings of those warriors.
Then, how Vijay actually saves them from those gangs despite having any superhuman ability forms the rest of the story.
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Vijay has worked hard to deliver the character with stunts and songs. As well as, Shruti Haasan attracts with her looks and has acted very well in a couple of scenes.
Meanwhile, Sudeep and Sridevi have presented extraordinary acting skills. Sudeep has been more than an evil person.
On the other hand, the performances of supporting actors have been decent. While, the comical sequences look good only in some parts of the film and the rests of it is in vain.
The highly buzzed VFX and CG shots that are employed in the film have really worked well giving pretty high-quality effects. That’s news to Tamil film industry as well as the audiences and will stay for a longer period.
Natty, the cinematographer of Puli has led the film to a masterpiece. The way, he has captured the scenes has elevated the level of the movie.
Muthuraj has deployed all of his art directorial skills to make this fantasy universe to come to existence. If the producers had invested more in the art department, then probably, it could have touched more heights.
The screenplay is picked up in the second half of the film. However, Chimbu Deven could’ve decided for a better screenplay for it.
Meanwhile, the background score by Devi Sri Prasad has reduced the quality of the film. It could have been far better to intensify the action sequences.
Directed by Chimbu Deven, Puli is probably the first of its kind in the Tamil cinema. But, its average screenplay and mismatched songs, makes it a one-time watch only.
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