Anjaan Review

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Review by : Kumaresun
Suriya, Samantha, Vidyut Jamwal
Yuvan Shankar Raja

Action unlimited is what Anjaan is. Produced by UTV and Thiruppathy Brothers, Anjaan is a valorous journey of Suriya towards mass hero tag. He appears in two different shades - a gun-totting hero and a suave youngster. There are enough twists and turns in the film, thanks to a shrewd screenplay by Lingusamy making Anjaan a wholesome entertainer.

Call it a master stroke by Lingusamy. He has managed to form a string team - Santosh Sivan behind the lens, Yuvan Shankar Raja scoring music and Antony as editor. The trio render an awesome job elevating the movie to greater heights.

The movie is set in Mumbai, where the underworld don and the gun culture is not new. With Suriya around, Lingusamy has made it more stylish. The movie is all racy with no dull moments. Though it runs for 170 unites, nowhere it lags.

Krishna (Suriya) reaches Mumbai to know about his missing brother Raju (Suriya). He is shocked to know that his brother was a don in Mumbai and was killed along with his friend Chandru (Vidyut Jamwal) by Imran (Manoj Bajpai). Anger, cheat and deceit were the reason. Now what Krishna does to settle score forms the rest.

Suriya is superlative in every frame. He is cool and casual. Action is at his best. Samantha oozes with glamour. Manoj Bajpai has very little to do while Vidyut Jamwal is passable.

Anjaan is a thorough entertainer. Though there are plenty of action, the likes of Soori and Brahmanandham provides comical relief.A riveting and engrossing fare by Suriya.

Action aplenty

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