Vivekam Movie Review -2.5/5

Cast: Ajith Kumar, Kajal Aggarwal, Vivek Oberoi

Director: Siva

Producers: Sendhil Thyagarajan, Arjun Thyagarajan, T. G. Thyagarajan

Music: Anirudh Ravichander

Introduction:

Ever since the trailer of Vivekam has been unveiled, it has created sky-high expectations. Today, it has been released the film in which Ajith and Kajal Aggarwal played lead. Let’s check the content and performance of star cast.

Story:

Ajith works in a counter terrorist team and he completes successfully 279 missions but all sudden, he is disappeared from the 280th mission. He goes far away and leading life happily with his wife by floating one small time hotel. While running a hotel, he comes to know that a powerful terrorist gang planned a serial of blasts all over the world. Moreover, militants plan to use plutonium weapons with the help of satellite technology. How he does stop the blasts and why does live far away from his job should be watched on the big screen.

Performance:

Ajith is a committed actor who puts his maximum efforts to give his best for the film to amuse fans. Once again he did his part to elevate the film. One can see his hardworking nature and struggle for this high budget flick. Kajal has got a decent role and did well. Akshara Haasan’s performance is superb. Vivek Oberoi as a baddie is superlative.

Analysis:

Director Shiva has a good grip over action flicks. Earlier the duo worked together for two films and this is the third time which was made with a high budget. Many scenes are equal to Hollywood action films and the duo worked very hard and audiences can see in every frame of the action sequences. Fans would enjoy the film thoroughly. Vivek’s character was designed well and he did more than expected by the unit. Since it is an experimental film, we need to wait for a few days to know the judgment of audiences.

Technicalities:

When it comes to technicalities, it is high in technical aspects. It looks like a Hollywood film. The director has done admirable work on papers but the presentation on the big screen failed. Music by Anirudh is mediocre and especially background score is loud and irritating. Production values are adequate.

Final Say:

Vivekam is decent action flick but it might not appeal to all sections of people.