Viswaroopam Movie Review
Director: Kamal Hassan
Producer: kamal and PVP
Music: Shankar Ehshon
Cast: Kamal Hasan, Pooja Kumar,Rahul Bose, Andrea Jeremia, Shekhar kapoor, Nasser.
Kamal Hassan’s ambitious project at last hit the screen after facing various issues due to it concept and makers’ plan to release movie through DTH. This film has been made with 100 crore budget film. Especially post production formalities of the movie were done with high technical values. Let’s find out what the content and what is the result at box-office.
Nirupama (Poojakumar) Viswanath (Kamal Hassan) are living in America by doing their respectable professions. As Nirupama is scientist who is assisting Deepak has illicit relation with him. Meanwhile Omar (Rahul Bose) a terrorist who wants to execute a plan but when his plan clashes with Nirupama and Kamal Hassan what happens next must be seen on the big screen.
Almost three years, Kamal Hassan has taken to complete this film. He played different roles for this movie as director actor and writer. His hard work and research on technical values to implement for this has been seen on frame. Especially action sequences are said to be best and advantage for movie. This film is super thriller than the concept. This film moves slowly till the real story of Kamal Hassan. Especially army attacks picturisation is really wonderful and praise worthy. It has good chance to get A center audiences than B and C.
Kamal Hassan has done wonderful job and his performance level is undoubtedly admirable in dances and action episodes. Pooja Kumar added beauty to the film with her action and seductive appearance. Andrea Jeremiah is good with her role and Sekhar Kapoor surprised all with his outstanding acting skills. Rahul Bose mesmerized audiences and Nasser is good enough.
Sanu Varghese’s photography is extraordinary and pleasing on eyes. Every frame has its uniqueness with quality and rich look. Especially capturing Afghanistan locations are truly amazing. Shankar Ehshon Loy’ music and BG score is impressive. Dialogues and editing is appreciable. As a director Kamal has done justice. Screenplay is good.
Viswaroopam is enjoyable and action movie lovers love it more.