Banner: Vijay Antony Film Corporation
Producer: Fatima Vijay Antony
Music: Vijay Antony
Casting: Vijay Antony, Nivetha Peturaj, Daniel Balaji, Lakshmy Ramakrshinan, Sai Dheena, Muthuraman and others
Kumaraswamy (Vijay Antony) works had to become a cop and wishes his brother Ravi too work hard. But he gets a shock when his brother along with many other juveniles fall under the influence of goon Babji (Sai Dheena) and indulge in various murders.
How Kumaraswamy deals with them with the help of his team comprising of Madonna (Nivetha Pethuraj) should be found out on screen.
Vijay Antony performed well as a tough and honest police officer concerned about the criminals. He came with powerful expressions and his body language is good. However he needs to work hard to show variations in his expressions.
Nivetha Pethuraj attracted with her looks and expressions as a cop. She also attracted with her dialogue delivery and few hilarious acts.
Dheena performed as a notorious criminal and others performed according to their roles.
Vijay Antony himself dealt with editing and music departments. None of the songs are attractive. They infact acted as speed breakers. However background score is good and elevated the scenes. He however failed with the editing which left many drags in the film.
Cinematography of Richard M Nathan captured the locations in a natural and realistic manner. Production values are good.
Vijay Antony performance
Nivetha Peturaj's glamor
Lack of commercial elements
Ganeshaa came with a good story which went to the cause of the juvenile criminals and what makes them turn towards crimes. He also touched up on the efforts of a sincere and honest cop to bring changes in the minds of the juveniles poisoned by the goons.
However for all his efforts he failed in his execution on screen. Narration turned out to be slow and he failed to come with a gripping screenplay and interesting direction. He missed to have twists and turns to thrill viewers and the slow narration tested the patience of the viewers.
Roshagadu entertains to some extent.
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