Uru Review

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Review by : saravanan
Kalaiyarasan, Dhansika, Mime Gopi, Jayabalan
Vicky Anand
Johan Shevanesh

Dhanshikaa had made an impression with Kabali and she is known for choosing meaty roles that leave an impact with the audience. She emotes well and her recent Rani was a pointer to it. Joining the list is Uru.

She pairs screen with her Kabali colleague Kalaiyarasan which is helmed by a newcomer Vicky.A tat thriller it has enough thrills and spills all through. A seat-edge entertainer, the movie has no needless action, crass comedy or romantic scenes thrust anywhere.

Kalaiyarasan plays the lead and his character is well-written. Vicky has come out with an out-of-the-box concept that is engaging.Jeevan (Kalaiyarasan) is a struggling writer and manages to convince his publisher  that he will  write something different targeting modern day readers.

Though his wife Jennie (Sai Dhanshika) was very supportive initially, she loses confidence in his writing and urges him to take up a job. Jeevan gets an idea for his story about a psychopath killer. His publisher encourages him to go ahead and finish it.

Jeeva in a bid to complete the story without any disturbance goes to Meghamalai hills. He is helped by a forest guard (Mime gopi). There are some interesting events that unfold here and Jennie comes and joins him. What happens then forms the rest.Three cheers to Kalaiyarasan.

The young actor has given a wonderful performance. As struggling actor he gives his best while Dhanshikaa is right there delivering a good show.The onscreen chemistry between the two is good.Mime Gopi and Daniesl bond well and they add strength to the script.

Prasanna Kumar’s camera is bright and beautiful.Uru stands tall thanks to Vicky's splendid writing. A thriller that is sure to be watched.

Uru _ Director's special

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