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Times of India
Keeri (Yuvan) makes his living by stealing. After his guardian angel commits suicide, he finds out that she had been raped. He seeks revenge and kills the man responsible. On the run from police, he and his lover Sandhya (Disha) go to Durai (Firose Khan) seeking help. Will it be happily-ever-after for the star-crossed lovers?
' is an unpretentious movie and from the word go we get a clear picture of what is in store. It kicks off by glorifying Keeri as he makes away after stealing a bag of money from a man outside a bank. This is followed by a song and dance, thanks to the death of an old man.
The movie doesn't give you any hope that it will get better at any point. Most characters have shades of grey, except for Sandhya, who appears naive and sometimes even stupid. She lives with her aunt, who is a prostitute. Although Sandhya has scant respect for her aunt, she agrees to all her whims. This lands her in trouble, but Keeri gets there in the nick of time and saves her.
Director Firose Khan has picked the movie's characters from the fringes of society. Though this adds an element of realism to the story, logic and reason are thrown to the winds as the story progresses, making '
' a bitter pill to swallow. Another problem is the excessive amount of violence in the movie.
Yuvan looks menacing in the stunt sequences, but needs improvement in virtually everything else. Disha, as the damsel in distress, has little to do. Ganja Karuppu and Thambi Ramaiah have only cameo roles and are wasted. Had the director given the story some thought, '
' would have not been as forgettable as it has turned out to be.