Bhairavaa Review


Bhairavaa Review.Bhairavaa from the director Bharathan, who directed Azhagiya Tamil Mugan earlier with the same actor and the writer who penned for most Super Hit films, is an Hero centric Mass Masala one which pleases audience by its Mass appearance. With occasional punch dialogues and the top heroism, the film flows in an expected speed and what you get at the end is a perfect entertainer which is far better from the earlier Bharathan Vijay Coalition


. The movie focuses the life of Bairavan, the collection agent of a bank who is normally hired to collect money from the tougher people who use muscle power to avert payment. One day he happens to meet one girl and his attempts to get close to her ends up in a scenario where he learns a lot about her past and the issues in her life. Bairavan decides to be with her and support her in a legal battle against an influential man. The rest deals with how Bhairava get rid of the problems to be with her.


On screen, Vijay as Bhairavan being the highlight of the movie with his magnificient screen presence and as usual he got maximum applause from the audience even with his simple body language and mannerisms. On total he is being shouldering the film with his mass appeal and catchy dialogues. Keerthi Suresh as Malaravizhi had also done a better presentation with her limits. Jagapathi Babu is in villain role and he is even good enough with his usual mannerisms and Salt and Pepper look. Sathish is handling the humor section here and he presented the humor in a decent way, but he is in screen for a small time. Daniel Balaji was the next and he played his part decently. Y G Mahendra, Rajendran, Aparna Vinod, Mime Gopi, Harish Uthaman and Sija Rose are in the rest of characters and they did their part sincerely as much as they can.


Making wise, even though here and there Bharathan be used to usual contents, by looking total and as a director he improved a lot from the previous one. He is capable to kee p the movie lively as possible and rather that he is successfully mixed the proper mass family ingredients there and due to that the movie looks more colorful. On Scripting also he achieved a safe zone and avoid almost all cliché scenes in a typical Tamil movie.


Technically, M Sukumar added the beauty of the film with his good visuals and almost he made the movie more colorful with his vibrant effort behind the camera. Editing is done by Praveen K L, not any flaw from him; fine and clear cuts. Editing section helped those action scenes in the movie and looks so smooth. Music section is handled by Santhish Narayanan and the tracks are impressive and the BGM was in the mood of the movie. Overall, Bhairavaa is a complete mass masala entertainer from Bharathan and Vijay which made by knowing the pulse of Vijay fans. Bhairavaa has the moments of top heroism and some family emotions in proper proportion. You can definitely book tickets for Bhairavaa, the movie doesn’t bore you till the end…