DSP movie review
Vijay Sethupathi hails from a middle class family and aspires to get a government job and becomes Police officer.
He has a sister of marriageable age and is trying hard to find a groom for her.
Meanwhile he crosses swords with a local rowdy. Following this he leaves town only to be back as the DSP to take on the goons.
Was he successful in his mission, what happens next forms the rest of the story.
Director Ponram has followed the template commercial cop formula and has not experimented much.
While this is the positive of the movie, it is also its downside.
Ponram has executed his vision in an effective manner.
Vijay Sethupathi delivers an earnest performance and is at his quirky best as the cop.
He fits the bill of a commercial cop perfectly.
Anukeerthy as Vijay Sethupathi’s love interest has very little to do and is impressive in the small portions that she appears.
D Imman’s music is impressive and Dinesh Krishnan’s camerawork is passable.