Genre: Uproarious * the audiences should show the ability to form mental images of erstwhile pictures.
Synopsis: The director intension is to make fun of all senior artists and upcoming young buddy movies and not even left out of Hollywood level. The version 2 resembles the same, but it has been updated Tamil cinema industry and the event happening in the politics.
The director C. S. Amudhan, made first half portion slightly drowsiness with more songs and with clumsy sequels, Amudhan had been assisted along with Shiva, with his howling mirthful, which eager up the audiences. The storyline is nothing up nostalgic of the film industry and make gaiety of it.
Story: The film is all about kicking up on comedy, without any baseline, Shiva who is a policeman and moves out of the police department and going to his hometown, then he had the habit of observing more movies being his place was Cinemapatti. The man Shiva, all rounder and even sentimental towards the family members. In the opening, the guy who solves the issues among the cast system in a village and he tracks with top quality ribbing on heroes.
The content, hit up all artists Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Ajith, Vijay, Suriya, Vikram and Sivakarthikeyan, and which catches their favourite sequels. The film tracks on
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), state party leaders and the ruling ADMK, all were pass through with efficacious aggravation.
The hero Shiva overlaps his first version Ishwarya Menon, who is winning over in many portions. The versions made more funniness sequels
Verdict: To a high degree, it is an shammed movie.
Shiva * Shiva and Bardhamani
Disha Pandey * Priya
Santhana Bharathi * Nakul
Manobala * Siddharth
R. Sundarrajan * Bharath
Nizhalgal Ravi * Inbasekhar
Chetan * Yezhusaamy
George Vijay Nelson * Paramu
O. A. K. Sundar * Wasim Khan
Jiiva * Special appearance
Directed by * C. S. Amudhan
Produced by * S. Sashikanth
Music by * N. Kannan
Cinematography * Gopi Amarnath
Edited by *T. S. Suresh
Production Company * Y NOT Studios
Distributed * Trident Arts
by Deepa Vijendra Rao