Saamy Square Movie Review | Vikram,Keerty Suresh

Saamy Square Movie Review

  • Producer : Shibu Thameens
  • Staring : Vikram,Keerthy Suresh,Aishwarya Rajesh,Prabhu, Soori, John Vijay,Kota Srinivas Rao,Bobby Simha.
  • Director : Hari
  • Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
  • Cinematography : A. Venkatesh
  • Story : Hari

Saamy Square is directed by Hari starring Chiyaan Vikram in the lead role. The film is actually the sequel of Saamy in 2003. After the huge gap of 15 years the makers have come up with the sequel for this mighty action entertainer. After watching the film it seems that Hari is just trying to capitalise on the franchise power of the title. Saamy Square has come out with routine mass elements after 15 years.

STORY: The film is all about an honest cop Aarusamy(Vikram),  who fights against a ruthless politician Perumal Pichai (Kota Srinivasa Rao).

PERFORMANCES:  It is Vikram’s strong screen presence that provides the intensity to the story. The actor delivers his best for his role. Keerthy Suresh looks good in the film along with Aishwarya Rajesh as the other female lead. Even actors like Prabhu, Soori, John Vijay and others were settled perfectly in their roles. The veteran actor Kota Srinivas Rao plays his role excellently while Bobby Simha would be emerging high as the other antagonist with intense performance.

OTHER ASPECTS OF THE FILM: Hari’s direction was good but it was routine as all the time. A. Venkatesh’s cinematography was good but the overdose of close up shots were disturbing to watch. Devi Sri Prasad’s music was impressive. VT Vijayan took charge of the editing but delivered disappointing output. The production values were top notch and the art department would stand as the core asset of the film.

Pros:-

Production values.

Music.

Lead performances.

Cons:-

Routine Story.

Slow Screenplay.

Editing.

VERDICT: A complete Routine film with all the commercial elements for no use. The story and plot points are very old.Even Hari’s magical speed screenplay misses in the film.

BOTTOM LINE: The film has nothing to watch. Except the high production values with regular fights and dances. Undoubtedly a unanimous disappointing flick with the star casting from the star makers.

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