Genre: A thriller * contentedness which fluctuates the twists in many sequels.
Synopsis: The title “Neruppu Da” emphasis Rajinikanth’s “Kabali” movie, the actor Vikram Prabhu had portrayed as a firefighter and he wants to work in the fire service station by carrying on the cherish full desire to protecting the people, B. Ashok Kumar is a debut director hold the flick without any comedy portions. For this “Neruppu Da” script, the scenes were captured on Old Mahabalipuram Road and the live set of clock tower is created, which was attractive between the housing board area, keep track of the story to understand the effective title will entertain the audience.
Story: Vikram Prabhu named as Guru in the flick “Neruppu Da”, again firefighter concept pushes the viewers to a renown of “Rum Bum Bum Arambum” song from “Michael Madana Kama Rajan” and even one role of Kamal Hassan’s character intended, in that few scenes the director kept a strong sequel are stuffed for a fireman and in this “Neruppu Da” the title is strong characterization was feebler
A gang of pal and their childhood ambition want to work in the fire station and they were kept eyes on preparing the government examination to get selection in the firefighter post, a Zonal Officer helps for them particular for Guru, in this the Zonal Officer daughter admire on Guru and they started to love each other. A mere twist in that gang, a guy was getting hurt by the rowdy Guna, unfortunately rowdy was murdered without the innocent friend’s knowledge and the friends and their fellowship holds towards the story with many twists.
A 15 minute wrench makes interesting for the film even it is an unexpected stuff. The actor Vikram Prabhu is struggling to get success in his movies, hope this film’s action and romance helps to watch in the first half, the heroine Nikki Galrani as usual looks beautiful in every frame. BGM of the film made incontrovertible the viewers.
Verdict: Fire – less
Directed by * B. Ashok Kumar
Produced by * Vikram Prabhu, Esakki Durai and R. K. Ajaykumar
Written by * B. Ashok Kumar
Music by * Sean Roldan
Cinematography * R. D. Rajasekhar
Edited by * Thiyagu
Production company * First Artist
by Deepa Vijendra Rao