Movie Review: Action
Director: Sundar C
Music Director: Hip Hop Tamizha
Starring: Vishal, Tamannah, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Ramki, Kabir Duhan Singh
Release Date: 15th November 2019
- Action movie Review: Vishal, Tamannah Bhatia, and Aishwarya Lekshmi starrer action entertainer drama Action, helmed by Sundar C, which has already created a lot of buzz on the social media, has arrived on the theatres today. Let’s see how the film Action is.
Story: Subhash (Vishal), an army officer, is the son of a chief minister (Pala Karuppaiah), who has to track down the people behind the dastardly terror attack that has led to the death of his fiancée (Aishwarya Lekshmi) and his elder brother (Ramki). The rest of the story is as to how Subhash goes on a mission and finds the culprits behind it.
· Vishal’ performance
· Action sequences
· Production Values
· Few predictable scenes
· Weak villain
Performance: Kollywood star Vishal as an army officer is perfect. He has excelled in realistic action sequences. His body language and facial expressions are superb. Vishal has done all the stunts himself. Tamannah Bhatia looks super-hot in songs and does her part very well. Sayaji Shinde did his major role well. Akanksha Puri is super-hot in her negative role and the actress provides good eye candy. The rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The Storyline of the film is very interesting. It is told by a storyteller with a perfect understanding of the talent of its cast. The background score is pulsating and plays an integral part in Action. This time the director Sundar C tries a different attempt with a small twist in Action. The cinematography work is top-notch and showcases the action in a superb manner. Editing is smooth. The production values of this film are extravagant. Telugu dubbing is neat.
Analysis: Action starts with an action sequence set in Istanbul with ludicrous stunts. Everyone expected that there will be a strong antagonist who might prove to be more than a match to the actor, but what the audiences get is a weak villain. The last half an hour of the film disappointed the viewers. Terrorist hiding in Pakistan being brought to India have been showcased in many movies before. Sundar C became successful to impress the audience by creating good suspense.