Cast and Crew:
Starring: Suriya, Anushka, Shruti Haasan, Soori, Radhika SarathKumar, Thakur Anoop Singh
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Editing: VT Vijayan
Producer: K. E. Gnanavel Raja
Banner: Studio Green
Singam 3 Movie Review
Suriya’s most anticipated film directed by Hari is Singam 3 aka Si3 has come to an end today. In fact, it’s a long wait for the fans of Suriya from Si3. The crew first announced to release it for Christmas and then Pongal, but the release date has been pushed out due to some factors. Finally, it had a grand release. Yes, the cinema had set a premier release in US and Canada yesterday Wednesday and in India today Thursday.
The film has been opened up in 500 plus theaters in Tamilnadu and the Telugu version Yamuda 3 is released in 850 plus shows all around Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Apart from this, Suriya has a huge fan base in Kerala, ‘The Kerala Singam Suriya Fans and Welfare Association’ owns films rights in collaboration with Sopanam entertainment. The fan show had already started from 8 AM in the morning.
Durai Singam (Suriya) is a great cop who always wishes to find a permanent solution for every situation in all the series of ‘Singam.’ In Si3, he had been grown more and is highly focused and advanced in resolving an international crime issue which Vitthal Prasad (Thakur Anoop Prasad) runs. Durai Singam was called by Andra Pradesh government to investigate the murder of police commissioner of Vizag, as the state government doesn’t show any progression in the case.
As soon as he started handling the case, he does official police works to gather information and goes after big shots. He finds out the Indian dealings of Vitthal from Sydney. Vitthal is an Australian citizen but the son of an Indian central minister. Vitthal turned the port city Vizag impunity with e-waste and medical wastes from Australia. Vitthal kills Jayaprakash who is the police commissioner of Vishakapattinam. The whole movie proceeds with twists and turns and makes people get engaged about how Durai Singam resolves the issue.
Vidhya (Shruti Haasan is a journalist in this flick, and she became her way to destruction by falling in love with Durai Singam. Kavya (Anushka Shetty) is already married to Durai Singam, but due to some safety reasons, she lives separately.
When coming to performances, Soori’s comedy doesn’t work, and it seems unwanted at many places. Suriya in every series of Singam brings lots of energy to the character and getting better at playing his role. Shruti Haasan is an eye candy in this movie and has a significant role to play in this film. However, a couple of her romantic scenes has made a distraction in the flick. As well, humor and songs didn’t get expected marks in the movie.
The entire screenplay is in a race and as well with hardcore actions. The script doesn’t need any songs, and it is entirely deviating the peoples from an action sequence. The background sequence also doesn’t suit for some situations. The choreography of action and stunt is brilliant. Suriya is the only one who bears the whole movie in his shoulder. Apart from this, the big plus to the film is cinematography.
However, Suriya and Hari won’t disappoint you.