Review: Sulthan

Bakiyaraj Kannan’s Sultan starring Karthi and Rashmika is an entertaining mass action fare with enough elements to engage audience.Bakiyaraj Kannan’s Sultan starring Karthi and Rashmika is an entertaining mass action fare with enough elements to engage audience.

Reminding on of MGR’s Pallandu Vaazhga where MGR takes it on him to reform a gang of criminals. WithvKarthi at the helm of affairs, the movie is racy and with enough commercial elements it manages to leave an impact.

The filmmaker talks about friendship, romance, human relationship besides dwelling about farming and need to preserve villages. It speaks one too many things. Tbe star cast is huge. The cast includes Nepolean, Lal, Ponvannan, Yogi Babu, Santhish among others. Music is by Vivek- Mervin with background score by Yuvan Shankar Raja.

Sulthan (Karthi) is a robotic engineer who visits his dad in Chennai. His father Sethupathi (Napolean) promises a village that he would save them from a gangster named Jayaseelan (KGF Ram) who destroys the agricultural lands and beats up the farmers. Sadly, Sethupathi gets killed kn an encounter.The new Commissioner of Police (Hareesh Peradi) tells Sulthan that he wants to clean up the city and hence, will be knocking off all aides of Sethupathi.

Sulthan requests the commissioner to give him one chance and promises that his gang members will not take up violence. The team goes to a village and what happens them forms the rest.

Karthi has done a fabulous job and action scenes are major highlight. Karthi doesn’t fail to entertain his fans. Rashmika who makes her debut in Tamil does well. There is KGF Ram.whoa oozes villaniam well. Yogi Babu manages to tickle your funny bone. Lal gets enough screen space and delivers his best. Sathyan Sooryan’s cinematography is bright and beautiful.

More of Seven Samurai, Sultan produced by Dream Warriors is here to stay. A commercial entertainer all through.

M BHARAT KUMAR