Cast: Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Daniel Balaji
Production: Vijaya Productions
Editing: Praveen KL
Bairavaa Movie Review
Bairavaa begins off gradually, with constrained satire scenes and a decent Cricket based fight scene. Vijay’s appeal and dashing screen nearness require a unique specify. Well here is the Bairavaa movie review and plot. Bairavaa (Vijay) fills in as an accumulation operator in a private bank. Ideal from the presentation scene, Bairavaa has been depicted as a friend in need so simply envision what will happen if his darling Malar Vizhi (Keerthy Suresh) informs him regarding a narrow-minded educationalist PK (Jagapathi Babu), who smashed her fantasy of turning into a specialist. Bairavaa then moves from Chennai to Kallidai Kuruchi to tackle the troubles of Malar Vizhi!
However another vivacious execution from Vijay! Be that as it may, one feels his voice balance sounds exceptionally manufactured in a few spots. Next to this, there is not really anything to gripe about Vijay. On the off chance that there is one thing that makes you watch the film without grimacing till the very end that would be Vijay’s screen nearness.
Keerthy Suresh, as Vijay’s affection intrigue, plays a genial and happy young lady nearby. Keerthy Suresh and Vijay segments were normal. She has attempted her hands on the “Nellai” vernacular however it isn’t reliable. Jagapathi Babu, Daniel Balaji’s execution was too great, had demonstrated varieties in numerous areasThambi Ramaya comedies were great yet was restricted. Sathish’s drama didn’t work for general parts.
Sukumar has demonstrated Vijay in element points and it has hoisted his mass angles satisfactorily. Fight successions have spared the film in real part consolidated with the zapping BGM from Santhosh Narayanan. The principal half was normal and took a high point in the interim. ‘Varlaam vaa’ bgm works so well with the visuals yet other songs not really have an effect. The action scenes specifically were all around choreographed, on account of Anl Arasu.
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