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Silukkuvarpatti Singam Review - Vishnu Vishal - Regina - Oviya - Director chella

Cast: Vishnu Vishal, Regina Cassandra, Oviya, Yogi Babu, Anandraj

Director: Chella

Music: Leon James

Producer: Vishnu Vishal

Silukkuvarpatti Singam Movie Core:

A constable who prefers to mind his own business gets into a situation where he has to hide from a most-wanted gangster.


Silukkuvarpatti Singam Movie Analysis:

Silukkuvarpatti Singam is composed and coordinated by Chella Ayyavu, and delivered by Vishnu Vishal’s Vishnu Vishal Studioz. The film stars Vishnu Vishal, Regina Cassandra, Yogi Babu, Sai Ravi, Mansoor Ali Khan, Vadivukkarasi, Karunakaran, Livingston, and others, with a visitor appearance by Oviya of the Army acclaim. The film highlights music by Leon James.

In Silukkuvarpatti Singam Regina Cassandra plays Raji, a teacher who flashes around her little town in a bike. She’s solid, entertaining, knows her own psyche and doesn’t give “Indian” a chance to culture prevent her from having what she needs. This in a film that would more often than not be depicted as a “town subject”. This isn’t only a distortion for film. Tamil Nadu is maybe the main state in India where ladies approach their work on bikes and bicycles, and more ladies are noticeable out in the open, running organizations or overseeing shops and workplaces.

As opposed to Raji, who is set up to look up to her dad to wed the man she cherishes, is the man she adores. Vishnu Vishal as Sathyamoorthi a.k.a Satthi. A humble police constable in a residential community, he would preferably maintain a strategic distance from a contention, likes to run and stow away when battles do break out, and is cheerful to run errands for his senior officers. Not for him the inspired button and squared chest. The main thing that can energize his interests, is the well-made singed egg – aafbaailed in Tamil. Justifiable, and exceptionally relate-capable. I cherish my eggs as well and would readily battle any individual that challenges deny me of what is legitimately mine.

Sai Ravi plays Cycle Shankar. When we initially know about Cycle Shankar, a partner chief of police in Chennai is conversing with his prevalent officer, and says the best way to manage Shankar is to shoot him at sight. Cycle Shankar is a famous criminal. Thus the police plan an experience murdering. Yet, the following moment Shankar approaches the simple vehicle conveying the collaborator official, shoots him in the face and escapes, even as CCTV cameras record the whole episode.

Cycle Shankar is employed by a wickedness degenerate priest to murder an ex-serve – Nilakottai Narayanan played by Mansoor Ali Khan – who is gathering proof against the current-degenerate pastor. Thus Cycle Shankar lands at Silukkuvarpatti.

In the mean time there’s Share-Auto Chandran, played by Anand Raj. At that point there’s Tony – a cousin of Cycle Shankar, played by Yogi Babu. What’s more, there is the sub examiner of Silukkuvarpatti, a recently procured constable Bhaskar, and a couple of other individuals.

To put it plainly, all that you requirement for a pleasant little stir up, some comic minutes, an about escapade, and a beautiful small completion.

There have been some comic movies in Tamil that put police men and fiendishness killers together into a plot. Bhagyaraj’s Avasara Police 100 rings a bell (particularly since the film played on a TV slot as of late). Truth be told Satthi appears a great deal like Veerasamy. Great hearted quitter who’d preferably escape over battle. In a Tamil film scene that has to a great extent treated its policemen as men of gravity, this is great and interesting.


Truly, Satthi wins the contention however that is less out of any demonstration of fortitude and increasingly out of unadulterated possibility.

Comic movies are additionally pardoned for the author and chief to slip in heaps of recoil commendable jokes and misogyny (I am taking a gander at you Hara Mahadevaki and Iruttu Arayil Muratu Kuththu). Fortunately, there is almost no of that here.

Indeed, there are two or three scenes of can humor – actually, however fortunately they are not as interesting as a portion of the other expand scenes and in this way effectively excused.

Be that as it may, this shouldn’t imply that the film is a giggle revolt. That is presumably not the aim even. Be that as it may, Silukkuvarpatti Singam is a cheerful film that engages, and figures out how to give us a young lady courageous woman who is as typical as the numerous ladies of Tamil Nadu’s residential areas.

Finally Silukuvarpatti Singam is a watchable movie that may fulfill its intended interest groups. Go fo it

Rating: 3/5

By Ramkumar

I'm Ramkumar. Working as a Software Programmer in medium level firm in chennai. I completed my studies in madras university. Before that i did my diploma in Vivekananda Polytechnic college in Neyveli. My Home town is from Neyveli. My Interests are cinema, cricket, blogging

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