Ivan Veramathiri Movie Review
Cast: Vikram Prabhu, Surabhi, Vamsi Krishna
UTV Motion Pictures and Thirrupathy Brothers Ivan Veramathiri touted as Vikram Prabhu’s second film after the successful Kumki is a well packaged action revenge drama. Usually, the rise of a common man against evil always results in violence and the immediate formation of an overnight leader.
But our common man, played by Vikram Prabhu, is well read, comes from a decent middle class family, is currently job hunting and prefers to use brains over brawn when he has to handle a situation. This common man is aware of the repercussions he might have to face for his actions and therefore always operates alone and in disguise.
This is the story of an intelligent common man, someone you seldom see in society but are aware of his existence. The film starts off in an interesting manner. An ordinary boy-next-door looked unemployed guy Gunasekharan (Vikram Prabhu) kidnaps and keeps Easwar (Vamsi) a deadly criminal, brother of Law Minister as captive.
It is his way of silently taking revenge on the misdeeds of the law minister, who was responsible for the death of three students. Guna chooses to keep Easwar who is out on parole in an unfinished small, dingy toilet of a high-rise building under construction.
Our hero has an agenda and he goes about it in a meticulously planned manner and how he accomplishes it forms the rest of the story. The director uses the successful revenge formula to make this film as more thriller as well as entertain. On the whole, don't miss the film.