Banner: Cameo Films India
Producers: CJ.Jayakumar, ch rambabu
Director: R.Ajay Gnanamuthu
Music: Hiphop Tamizha
Cast: Nayanatara, Atharva, Anurag Kashyap, Rashi Khanna, Ramesh Thilak, Devan, Uday Mahesh, Manasvi Kottachi, Jeeva Ravi,Vijay Sethupathi, Abishek Raaja and others
People of Bengaluru city spends sleepless nights as psycho killer Rudra(Anurag Kashyap) runs amock with serial murders even after receiving huge amounts as ransom.
The case is transferred to CBI and Officer Anjali (Nayanatara) investigates the mystery behind it. Anjali hits a roadblock leading to nowhere as even the minister gets a huge shock.
To find out developments in the mysterious deaths and what connection Anjali's husband Vikram (Vijay Sethupati), brother Dr.Arjun (Atharva), his lover Krithika (Rashi Khanna) has, enjoy Anjali CBI on screen.
Nayanatara showed her acting talent to prove once again that she is the lady super star. She came with the right kind of expressions and emotions and made a powerful impact with her screen presence.
Anurag Kashyap too made good impact showing his acting talent. Rashi Khanna attracted with her looks and performance and so too is Atharva.Vijay Sethupati attracts with his cameo.
Others like Ramesh Thilak, Devan, Uday Mahesh, Manasvi Kottachi,Jeeva Ravi, Vijay Sethupathi, Abishek Raaja performed according to their roles.
Hip Hop Tamizha elevated the scenes with his thumping background music. There are only few songs and are situational without affecting the film's narration and pace.
Cinematography of RD.Rajasekhar with his camera angles beautified the film taking it to another level. Editing of Bhuavan Srinivasan is good but could have been better in the second half.
Director Ajay Gnanamuthu could have added few more twists and turns in the second half and done away with the few drags for better result. Production values are good.
Twists and Turns
Anand Gnanamuthu who attracted with his horror thriller Demonte Colony on debut, now came with a psycho thriller to attract movie lovers. He started off on a brisk note and did not deviate much from the central point. He narrated and highlighted the investigation of crimes with good screenplay and direction. The first half ends on an interesting interval bang.
Second half too sails through smoothly but as one nears the climax, few drags crept in to affect the pace and narration. Even the romantic scenes in the film affected the film. However Anand Gnanamuthu ensured that the interest is intact with timely twists and turns to take movie lovers by surprise.
He attracted with his story, screenplay and direction. Those who like crime and psycho thrillers will love the film.
Anjali CBI twists attracts all.