Die No Sirs movie review


All the illegal activities in the Ennore belt is controller by Maneksha and his gang.

On the other hand, the rival ganga leader Babu is waiting to take his revenge on Mankesha for killing his brother-in-law.

Soon Babu comes to know that Maneksha has handed over the gang that his brother-in-law to the police.

Both the gangs decide to work together for a job and complete it successfully as well.

Maneksha sends his men to collect his share of money for the work from Babu.

Among the men is one of the member who was sent to Babu’ brother-in-law. He is identified by Babu’s gang. What happens next forms the rest of the story.


Directed by M R Madhavan, the movie begins as a regular gangster revenge drama.

It is only closer to the interval block that the film picks up pace big time.

Interval block of the film is one of the best to have come in the recent times.

The second half of the movie takes a complete turn and the climax ends on a good note.

Dialogues are the biggest strength of the movie.

Though most of the actors are new comers, they have all delivered convicining performances.

Casting of the movie is one of its biggest strengths. Udhay Karthik as Mannu, Rishi as Dhana, Maara as Dhurai
Sai Priya dheva as Deepa, Maneksha as Saalaiyar, Janaki as China Kuzhandai and Arun as Thulukkanam have all suited their respective characters well.

Music by Bobo Sasii gels well with the theme of the movie.

Editing by R Kalaivanan is crisp and rest of the technical aspects are good as well.

Rating: 3.3/5