Danny Movie Review

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“Danny” unfolds with usual thriller effects, which would the audience expectations was missing out in the screenplay. The story starts with a sincere police man and end up with the simple concept of a young man’s drug addiction which leads to the continuing murders. The Tamil audiences have experienced with sluggish screenplay, “Danny” made an uttermost level of tardily.

The film was captured in the place of Tanjore district, a married woman was killed in a vicious manner unfortunately her character was suspected, the case was closed and the cops filling the case that her husband would have murdered for the illegal relationship, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar (Kunthavai) was getting charged where the crime was happening.

The cop Kunthavai’s investigation was getting fired up with the help of government employee of a dog (Danny). All of a sudden, while Kunthavai nearing the culprit regrettably Kunthavai’s younger sister Anitha Sampath was killed direful way. Climate much simpler that the audiences can easily predict.

The director had blanked out about the upcoming generations expectations. The investigation dealing with an infant approach. Even, the dog was overstated to a high qualified manner, but the sequences were forceless. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar body language and rude facial expressions Okay!!! Thank god nothing glamor portions are ruled out for the commercial purposes. The BGM of the film adept manner.

Verdict: Need some patience to watch the film.

Rating: 2/5


Varalaxmi Sarathkumar * Kunthavai

Vela Ramamoorthy * Chidambaram

Anitha Sampath * Madhi

Kawin * Neelakandan

Vinoth Kishan * Kavi


Directed by * LC Santhanamoorthy

Produced by * P. G. Muthiah

Written by * Santhanamoorthy

Music by * Sai Bhaskar

by Deepa Vijendra Rao