Cast and Crew:
Production: Prabhu Deva Studios
Music: D Imman
Bogan Movie Review
The movie starts with Aditya (Arvind Swami) in bed with full of foreign girls who are all sprawled over him. The camera then turns towards lungi-clad Vikram (Jayam Ravi) dancing in a country pub. Later, he starts shooting some of the goons with his colleagues. The scene states that Vikram is a cop. All of a sudden, an introduction of Mahalakshmi (Hansika Motwani). Vikram family fixed marriage with her even though Vikram knows that she is a drunkard. He felt that instead of letting her married to the unknown person and suffer, he wished to marry her. First, Mahalakshmi didn’t like, but when she came to know the character of him, she accepted. Their engagement takes place.
Here comes the introduction of Aditya who has special powers. At first, he looted money from a jewelry shop by doing some mesmerizing activities and later on, he mesmerized Vikram’s father and stole money from the bank where he works. Police arrested him.
Now, Vikram had started the operation in investigating the person who had stolen the money and at last found that it is Adithya.
From here, the interesting story begins with twists, turns, and surprise elements. Opening the secrecy may spoil the film, so watch it on big screens.
It’s a pleasant treat for everyone with three biggies. Even though it’s combo of two biggies from Thani Oruvan, we can’t compare anything with that movie. Arvind Swamy as Adithya rolled everyone’s heart with his style, casual attitude and mannerism give him plus points. Sureshot, Bogan is another career best after Thani Oruvan. Overall, it seems that he enjoyed acting his role every second.
Jayam Ravi as Vikram and as well with Adithya’s soul he performed extraordinarily. He gives his best in many scenes matching the show stealer Arvind Swamy. Comfort level between Jayam Ravi and Hansika is refreshing and as usual robbed everyone’s heart like Romeo Juliet.
Hansika has an active role in this movie. As a drunkard, it was somewhat reasonable, but when the real thrill of the film started, she had done her job extraordinary. All other casts and crew are realistic in their acting.
When coming to technicalities of the movie, D. Imman, as usual, scored his mark in both Background scores and songs. ‘Damaalu Dumeelu’ and ‘Varaai nee varaai’ stand out from every other song. He is a plus to this movie. The film has gorgeous visuals throughout the show, and so, it’s time to praise the cinematographer Soundararajan. Everything from location to majesty stands out because of him. Editor Anthony had done his job crisp in the first half, but he could do it better in the second half to make the film impactful.
At last, Romeo Juliet fame director Lakshman proved himself as the person with substance. The overall grip over the story, screenplay and presentation are extraordinarily established in this film. Bogan is his breakthrough movie.
Bogan is worth watching for better entertainment and engagement with vibrant visuals. Enjoy it on big screens.