Veteran Director Maniratnam had a horrendous excursion a year ago with the motion picture ‘Kaatru Veliyidai’. the motion picture was lashed out by commentators and now following a year he is back with a multistarrer with a promising cast. Senapathi (Prakash Raj) is the wrongdoing Kingpin of Chennai and he is made due by his significant other and three children.
The oldest is Varadan (Aravind Swami) and he carries on with a twofold existence with his better half Chitra (Jyothika) and a mystery love with Parvati. Second child Thyagu (Arun Vijay) and Third child (Simbhu) likewise have criminal points. Every one of the 3 brothers go for the position of royalty of Senapathi.
Presently, Rasool (Vijay Sethupathi) a cop enters and he is a previous companion of Varadan. He is near the family and soon Senapathi bites the dust and this prompts war inside the family. Rasool likewise plays his cards and make a gigantic break between the siblings.
The shuddering peak uncovers who is the genuine traitor and who won Senapathi’s position of authority. Simbhu is once again into the diversion after quite a while and he scores in both sentiment and activity scenes. He scores high than Aravind Swamy and Arun Vijay. Vijay Sethupathi as dependably gives a commandable demonstration.
Arun Vijay is shrewd and he is shaking in his job. However, his screen space is constrained when contrasted with others. Aditi, Jyothika are performing great in their given jobs. The motion picture has a major cast and each one of them is satisfactory in their jobs. A.R.Rahman’s BGM is fantastic and extraordinary.
After a poor show in ‘Sarkaar’ Single, he demonstrates that he is the genuine maestro. Altering could have been tight. The chief additionally legitimizes the title. The film has its impressive offer of wanders aimlessly and keeps the gathering of people connected like clockwork.
All stated, ‘CCV’ is an immaculate wrongdoing spine chiller which you ought not miss
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