Biriyani Review

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Review by : Tamilstar team
Karthi, Hansika Motwani, Premgi Amaren, Ramki, Mandy Takhar
Venkat Prabhu
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Studio Green

The movie starts like any other Venkat Prabhu entertainer with booze, hangover and item numbers. Karthi plays the role of a Casanova while Premji is just the opposite. The first half an hour moves fast as the two are in dissonance with each other. The audience can feel the mystery building up during the first half that is unveiled in the second part of the film.

A reputed businessman Nassar is murdered and the blame falls on Karthi and Premji. How the two come clean forms the rest of the story.

Karthi and Hansika are lovers despite this the playboy in Karthi emerges now and then while it is Premji who is accused for Karthi’s wrongdoings. All this is picturised in a happy-go-lucky manner. The second half is made up of police chases, villain fights as Karthi escapes with Naseer’s carcass. The climax is the highlight of the film.

Karthi has performed well though Hansika does not have enough scope for acting, yet has done justice to her character. Premji with his usual pranks is applaudable.

Ramki who is making his presence felt after a long hiatus plays the character of Nasser’s son-in-law. Action scenes with Karthi are definitely worth the watch.

Music is by Yuvan Shankar Raja and it is his 100th movie. Yuvan-Venkat combination is sure to rock and this is no less a treat for the Tamil audience. This time Yuvan has tired some variations in his music.

Forget the logics and enjoy the movie!

A tasty Briyani treat!

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