Boomerang Movie Review – Atharvaa – Megha Akash – R Kannan

Boomerang is watchable for its endeavor to address a critical social issue in an intriguing plot
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Cast: Atharvaa, Megha Akash, RJ Balaji, Sathish, Suhasini Maniratnam, Upen Patel
Direction: R Kannan
Story & Screenplay: R Kannan
Music & BGM: Radhan
Cinematography: Prasanna Kumar
Dialogues: R Kannan
Editing: RK Selva
Production: Masala Pix

Siva realises that someone is after his life
Boomerang Core Story:
Due to fire accident, Siva(Atharvaa) who gets a face transplant done after that he realizes that many incidents occurred in his life. He sets out to find reason for the same.

The idea of face swapping is no more an unusual thing to film buffs. Boomerang starts with a serious medical procedure done to Siva as specialists believe it’s the main way out to amend his facial distortions. His face is swapped with that of Sakthi’s (Atharvaa). Siva, who gets another rent of life, plans to begin a business to deal with his family. Much to his dismay that he needs to confront a few issues in the coming days. Subsequent to getting assaulted two or multiple times by certain outsiders, Siva understands that somebody is after his life.

He embarks to Trichy with his friend Gopal (Sathish) and sweetheart (Megha Akash) to know the whereabouts of Sakthi. They meet Maya (Indhuja) who portrays Sakthi’s life to them and explains why a few people are after Siva. What pursues is a retribution story.

The film’s plot is sufficiently engaging the audience, yet the screenplay lose strength as the story moves. The need to grasp cultivating, components of corporate culture, enthusiastic connection with town, etc, are portrayed strikingly however watchers feel disengaged on some occasions.

Atharvaa, as Siva and Sakthi, exceeds expectations in his jobs while Sathish and RJ Balaji are responsible for satire in the first and second parts separately. A couple of jokes of RJ Balaji functions as it matches up well with the scenes. Megha Akash is Gorgeous and alright as a short movie producer and Indhuja does her part convincingly. Upen Patel, who shows up in a few scenes, is squandered as his job is inadequately composed.

Revealing Villain’s role is finely handled, but fails to give more impact us mainly because of less screen presence of the character. In one of The scenes where friends are talking about transforming to farmers immediately when they get sacked from an IT organization, appeared to be fake and unjustified.

The cinematographer has completed a neat job in songs as well as in many occasions like the short film and the town arrangements. The VFX amid a crucial avalanche segment could have been a way better. The music director has completed a decent job in swapping the mood of the plot wherever it’s needs and provides great support to the plot.

R.Kannan incites some great musings, nearly makes pleasant effect yet a large portion of it misses the mark because of ill-advised bundling. The film clarifies the issues, reasonably rouses you, says what should be possible however bombs in giving a handy arrangement.

Rating: 2.75/5
Verdict: Boomerang is watchable for its endeavor to address a critical social issue in an intriguing plot

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