Genre: Abeyance * rebuke formally, guilty of crime and serious offences.
Synopsis: In the Sarjun KM direction “Echcharikkai” denotes a warning alert towards human beings that this society is filled with fake people and beware of them. As the content, explicit about a couple men’s life dragged into tragedy in their younger stage, which leads them to a face for a difficult socioeconomic.
There would be sentries might gear up that the debut director already focused with a pair of short films and even worked with a couple of legendary directors. The director approached towards the senior artist Sathyaraj that he was impressed with the screenplay.
Story: A relating to the characteristic of high society crusades of short films like “Lakshmi” and “Maa” both were uttered out in well manner. The baseline of “Echcharikkai” somehow managed to explain in a negative situation overlap with a positive sign.
In the opening, a lady was murdered by his husband that she is not ready to give money towards her husband for drinking alcohol and this situation observed by killing lady’s younger brother, on the spot he kills his brother-in-law. Now the nineteen years old guy prisoned.
Years later, prisoned man David and orphan guy Thomas meets up each other. The miserable men felt bad about their missed out life. By this scenario, both of them steps into a criminal activity to earn money in a short span.
For this, they targeted to kidnap a girl and that was the royal man’s daughter, Swetha Varalakshmi was fixed as their focal point. Once they kidnapped, guys demanding for eight crore.
Real estate owner Perumal, who trusted on Nataraj (Sathyaraj), who is a retired police officer and Nataraj had an impairment of health child, that he gives treatment from his home.
Once the investigation starts Nataraj reached out the criminals. Unfortunately, for his child treatment he need lump sum amount. As the director pinpoint about karma, the money was used for anyone is the final touch.
The senior actor Sathyaraj covered his portions in an usurp manner, Kishore who is being perfected in both acting and choosing of distinct eccentrics, Varlakshmi as usual bumpy and tough heroine role, Yogi Babu fulfilled his duty in an adequate way.
Verdict: The moment of most intense pleasure is the climax.
2.5 / 5
Sathyaraj * Nataraj IPS
Varalakshmi * Swetha
Kishore * David
Vivek Rajgopal * Thomas
Yogi Babu * Frank De Souza
Directed by * Sarjun KM
Produced by * Sundar Annamalai
Written by * Sarjun KM
Music by * Sundaramurthy KS
Cinematography * Sudarshan Srinivasan
Edited by * Karthik Jogesh
Production Company * Timeline Cinemas
PRO * Nikkil
by Deepa Vijendra Rao