Direction: Venkat Mohan
Production: Light House Movie Makers
Cast: Vishal, Raashi Khanna, R. Parthiban, K. S. Ravikumar & Pooja Devariya
Music: Sam C. S.
Cinematography: V. I. Karthik
Editor: Sreekar Prasad
Directed by the debutant Venkat Mohan and with the powerful performance of Vishal, let’s see how ‘Ayogya’ is welcomed with the ‘Tempered’ cop story on theatres this week!
Growing up with poverty, Karnan (Vishal) understands that money is the only valuable thing which will give power and support in the society. However he somehow becomes Police through illegal ways, he remains to be the most corrupted police officer supporting local dons, politicians and other wealthy shots. All of a sudden he gets to know about the pretty girl, Sindhu (Raashi Khanna) who literally changes his life to follow the path of justice in between, how Karnan understands money can’t be equal to humanity and wins people’s hearts rather than being an ‘Ayogya’ (corrupted person) is the story!
However many of us had seen the similar stories in the films which had been released in Hindi and Telugu earlier, Venkat Mohan has tried to modify some of the usual predictions which normally the audience seem to have in any ‘rape-drug’ related stories in any film mainly at the end sequences which is actually appreciated. Filling up with romance, action and comedy scenes, the film seems to be much welcomed among the audience because of the absolute commercial elements along with the descent V. I. Karthik’s cinematography, Sreekar Prasad’s editing and background score of Sam C S.
Without having any fear, the character of Police Officer which was played by Vishal was very much appreciable. Taking up the role from the skin and tone, he had well understood the role by effectively working out in walk, attitude, and body language with apt dialogue delivery. As a gorgeous lover girl Raashi Khanna and as an honest police constable K. S. Ravikumar, they have done their roles very well. With the terrifying don character, Parthiben has acted as an apt villain clashing against Vishal. Besides them, Anandraj, Radharavi, M S Bhaskar, Santhana Bharathi, ‘Aadukalam’ Naren, Sonia Agarwal, Vella Ramamoorthy, Pooja Devariya and Deva Dharshini have acted their characters supporting the leads.
3) Technical aspects
What doesn’t work?
1) Not so interesting sequences in the first half
2) Comedy sequences as engaging aspects
On the whole, films have the ever trending season for cop stories just like romantic stories. In the same way, Vishal’s ‘Ayogya’ seem to attract audience with the descent review!
Verdict: ‘Ayogya’ is all about how baddie becomes an honest cop!
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