Nandha Gopala Kumaran which is basically a political thriller movie didn’t go as in promised, it was supposed to be one of the best as Surya had blockbuster movies back then a few years ago. But after giving the hit movies like Singham, it’s that he hasn’t delivered any for quite a time. This movie is definitely a disastrous one. Here NGK (Surya) enters into a political career, but before that he quits his multinational work just to take up organic farming. Well, he’s pretty educated and when there was a conflict and he tried to help them but failed to do so, without even thinking twice he approaches the MLA who then immediately solves the conflict with a couple of meetings held, which then draws his interest towards the political barrier. He then enters to the field of politics and understands that it’s definitely not everyone’s cup of tea. But yet he doesn’t let go so easily. He makes sure that he stays up there and come to power. Selvaraghavan is known for his dark sided stories, but the intensity in this movie doesn’t serve well. The director has depicted extramarital affair with Rakul Preeth Singh which is not quite valid in this storyline. But the romance between him and his wife Sai Pallavi is shown in a pleasant manner. It’s the first time that Selvaraghavan and Surya are working together. It was supposed to be an unexpectedly amazing movie but it turned out to be not so happening one.
The storyline is basically a socio-political movie. It's sort of the dark side of the politics, almost the true incident happening in our society. In the action sequel, Surya takes on female fighters as well.
This movie doesn't serve any sort of emotions, its more like your an object staring at the theater screen.
The movie is directed by Selvaraghavan, and the movie director is Yuvan Shankar Raja.
Started off well, the audience were expecting quite a lot from this duo, but it definitely didn't serve them the best. They were expecting a tasty kheer but kheer was delivered without sugar in it.
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