Imaikka Nodigal Synopsis: A CBI officer goes looking for a merciless serial killer. Things deteriorate when the killer focuses on the previous and her family
Director: R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Actor: Atharvaa Murali
Actor: Anurag Kashyap
Actress: Rashi Khanna
Imaikka Nodigal Review: Imaikka Nodigal is another film which joins the temporary fad of spine chiller flicks discharged in Kollywood in the ongoing occasions. In any case, it isn’t simply one more endeavor, as it has its own particular minutes, thrills, tension, activity and feelings. In spite of the fact that the motion picture is just 10 minutes less then three hours, the plot commences ideal from the word go. There isn’t any foundation scenes or spoon bolstering of sorts. The specific first scene passes on the temperament and preface of this spine chiller flick – set against Bangalore, a psycho executioner is having a whale of a period by completing off individuals in his rundown. The saint (or courageous woman), Anjali Vikramadityan (Nayanthara), a CBI officer, is presented rapidly and her first shot has her in a genuine mission. We barely know her points of interest or plans behind the mission, however this quick paced portrayal illuminates the state of mind curiously. Right away, the executioner’s case turns into a hair-raising one in the city. In a press meet sorted out by a couple of best CBI authorities, he himself sends messages to them and the journos that he is Rudra, the infamous executioner, who the police office professed to have slaughtered five years back.
The wait-and-see game amongst Anjali and Rudra authoritatively starts from that point on. At a certain point, Anjali gets the stun of her life when she understands why he’s after her and her family. Aside from Rudra’s risk, she likewise needs to manage her senior officer Narayan’s (Devan) conscience. In the mean time, the romantic tale between Arjun (Atharvaa) and Kritika (Raashi Khanna) turns into a defining moment for the situation. The story pushes ahead intriguingly when Anjali, Rudra, Arjun and Kritika get engaged with it.
Anurag Kashyap as the threatening executioner has given one of his best exhibitions in his Kollywood make a big appearance. Like comparative characters we have seen in different films, this one, as well, has an amazing back story. Nayanthara as the brainy, smooth CBI officer, does equity to her part, and thinks of a capturing execution in a vital flashback scene. Atharvaa’s part is additionally perfectly scratched, and he awes with his battles and passionate scenes. Raashi is well-suited in her part and Vijay Sethupathi, in an appearance, guarantees that he has an effect even in a little part.
Despite the fact that the movie remains consistent with its class, with cinematographer Rajasekar and music executive Hip Hop Tamizha coming to help, the adoration track amongst Atharvaa and Raashi, and the whole term ought to have been trimmed to improve it an item. Aside from a couple of pretend scenes, the chief figures out how to keep the turns flighty and the excite factor drawing in till the end.