Byri movie review


The story is set in Nagercoil where pigeon racing has been carried out for several generations.

To take part in the pigeon race and winning in it is the dream of Syed Majeed. Vinu Lawrence is a big shot in the locality and he is also involved in pigeon racing.

The dream of the youngsters is to join the pigeon club run by Ramesh.

Problems arise when Syed exposes the corrupt ways of Vinu Lawrence in the pigeon race.

This creates problems in the hero’s life. What happens next forms the crux of the story.


Director John Glady deserves commendation for his adept handling of the storyline, weaving together suspense and drama seamlessly.

John Glady has impressively portrayed the politics behind pigeon racing and how it affects the people psychologically.

Syed Majeed shines in his role, delivering a compelling performance that captivates the audience.

The way in which he expresses anger and at the same time is lovable towards his friends is impressive.

The ensemble cast, including Meghana Ellen, Viji Sekar, and John Glady, also impresses with their portrayal of diverse characters.

AV Vasantha Kumar’s camerawork is one of the biggest strengths of the movie. Music by Arun Raj is impressive.

Rating: 3.3/5