Kuruvi - News
Starring :Vijay, Trisha
Producer :Udhyanidhi Stalin
Certainly not ‘Gilli’
When they teamed together again, obviously expectations soared to greater heights. Unfortunately, €˜Kuruvi€™ has failed to live up to expectations and the pep and energy in €˜Gilli€™ was sorely missed in €˜Kuruvi€™.
Dharani, known for rendering right commercial elements in his movie, has handled a wafer-thin storyline. He has tried his best to sustain the momentum, which works out in parts.
All credit to Vijay, who manages to leave his screen presence in his usual self. He fights, romances and tries his hand at comedy. The actor with a mass fan-following has tried to play to the gallery.
The on-screen chemistry between Trisha and Vijay deserve a special mention. The bubbly Trisha fits the bill well. Though she has limited scope to perform, unlike €˜Gilli€™, she is right there delivering one of her best. Suman continues from where he left in €˜Sivaji€™. As a baddie, he performs what one expects of him. The scene stealer is Vivek, who with his usual punch lines walks away with applause.
Music composer Vidyasagar's groovy music is good specially the number Darna..., which will rock the front-benchers.
In a nutshell, the movie is about Vetrivel (Vijay), a racer in Chennai, who sets out to free his father Singamuthu (Manivannan) and his peers who are bonded laborers in a mine run by Kocha (Suman) and Konda Reddy (Asutosh).
In the meantime, he also finds time to romance Kocha's sister Devi (Trisha), who falls in love when he comes to her brother's place in Malaysia as part of his mission.
Special pat to producer Udayanidhi Stalin for spending his might to bring grandeur on screen. Dharani, known for his commercially masalas, disappoints those expecting the same from him. It can be enjoyed only in parts.
€˜Kuruvi€™, a racy thriller loaded with romance and action, is a sure treat for Vijay fans.