Direction: A.G. Amid
Cast: Veera, Regina Cassandra, Aadukalam Naren, Ilavarasu, Darbuka Shiva, Pattiyal K. Shekar,
Music Director: Sandeep Chowta
What it’s about: The plot revolves around three small-time con men who have always wanted to lead a problem-free life. The lead character, Arjun (Veera), leads the three con men on their endeavors. Meanwhile, Arjun, one of his close accomplices, meets and falls head over heels in love with Michelle (Regina Cassandra), who is in a lot of debt. All is well until they are trapped into executing a bigger jewel heist by a rival con man. Will they escape the clutches of the rival con man and execute the plan they set out to achieve?
What to watch out for: Kathir’s cinematography is most definitely something to look forward to; the screenplay doesn’t demand a plethora of songs and they’ve played it smart with just one song in the movie. Sandeep Chowta’s background score is refreshing and compliments the shots, while Darbuka Shiva has aced the role he was cast in. The supporting actors like Aadukalam Naren contributed to the movie in a manner that was fitting to the script. Rajathandhiram is a definite change from the protagonists that usually get away with committing bad deeds.
The verdict: Though the plot keeps might seem like it wants to keep you guessing, it truly fails to intrigue the mind with its not-so-subtle plot twists and a cliched flashback. You may think you’re in for a nail-biter of a flick initially, but sadly, that is not the case.