Hunting of a RAT – a day to day common struggle, frame on big screen.
“Vaadiya Payiraik Kandapodhellaam Vaadinen” – a great poem of Vallalar, which has been taken as a baseline for the script. Certainly that much effectiveness couldn’t feel in any sequence. Even a small ant can destroy an elephant, in that case, a Rat has the capacity of destroying the living area.
In this world, if a human being suffers, no one cares for them, S. J. Surya doesn’t worry for his costly sofa which is spoiled by a RAT and protect the Rat. Normally, pet animals always keep affection to their owners. Might be Rat is the only animal which gives a headache to the people. Really speaking Rat even is a pet animal and Rats have been practiced as working animals. The Tasks for working rats include the sniffing of gunpowder residue.
In the film “Monster” Rat has been focusing its negative sides. Cinema is the greatest weapon to mold the human mindset, as the director’s perception on Rat would be destroying the things in a house. The film contains only the negative aspects of a Rat.
The title is “Monster” means a powerful creature which is cruel in the behaviors, the Monster Rat was not shown his giant behavior towards the human being. It had proven about the original abilities in a house.
S. J. Surya holds the film in his own style, Karunakaran is the only hope that he satisfied with his comical dialogues. The song is not catchy by praising the saint.
Verdict: Monster – toy drama
Rating: 1.5 / 5
S. J. Surya
Priya Bhavani Shankar
Directed by * Nelson Venkatesan
Music by * Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematography * Gokul Benoy
Edited by * V. J. Sabu Joseph
PRO * Johnson
by Deepa Vijendra Rao