Adirindi Movie Review
Cast: Vijay, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth, Nithya Menon, S. J. Surya, Vadivelu, Sathyaraj
Directed by: Atlee Kumar
Music director: A. R. Rahman
Cinematography: GK Vishnu
Screenplay: Vijayendra Prasad
Producer: N Ramaswamy, Hema Rukmani, R mahendran and H Murali
Adirindi movie has finally hit the screen and receiving the hit talk from the audience. Adirindi is a dubbed version of Tamil movie Mersal which is a blockbuster success; the makers had planned to the release its Telugu version in the theatres in October of this month but due to the delay in the censorship so the movie was postponed by three weeks and now finally the movie has been released in the Telugu States on 9th November over 300 screens and receiving a positive talk from the Telugu audience. Director Atlee’s last movie in Telugu is Raja Rani after that he did not do any Telugu movie.
Adirindi is an action thriller film, and the story rotates around the two brothers, one of the brothers is a doctor and fights against corruption and the other brother is a magician. These two roles are played by Vijay, in this movie hero, Vijay played three roles. The two brothers set to take the revenge of the villain who killed their parents. How they took revenge on the murderers is the story and must watch on the screen.
- Vijay’s performance
- Rich production value
- Message-oriented movie
- Powerful Dialogues
- Good Screenplay
- R. Rahman’s Music and background score
- Nithya Menon’s action
- Routine story
- Lengthy flashback scenes
- Poor editing
Movie rating: 3.5/5 (ratings by the audience)
Overall the movie is a one-man show and Vijay is the responsible person for the hit talk of the movie. Vijay all his three roles connected with his fans strongly, it is a perfect blend of the message.
The story has nothing great to attract since it is a well-known concept and the movie does not have anything new but at the same time, not even a single dull element.