Parundhaaguthu Oor Kuruvi movie review
Nishanth Russo is a petty thief who is involved in small crimes. One day when he is the police station, cops receive a call that a dead body is found in a nearby village.
The police take Nishanth along with them to show the route in the forest. As soon as they reach the spot, Nishanth is handcuffed along with the body and is asked to look after it. N
ishanth realises that the person is still alive. In the meantime, Nishanth attends a call to the unknown person.
A female voice on the other end please Nishanth to save the person. Meanwhile, a gang arrives in the spot to kill the person.
What Nishanth does after that, who is the person, why is the gang trying to kill him forms the rest of the story.
Director Dhanabalan Govindaraj begins the movie with an interesting setup. The movie being a survival thriller, the screenplay and the pace of the movie could have been better.
The story looks good on paper, however, the execution good have been better. Nishanth Russo delivers a neat performance and is impressive.
Vivek Prasanna, Vinoth Saagar and Ramadoss have all understood their respective roles and have done complete justice to it.
Gayathri Iyer as the female lead makes a decent debut and is good in her role. Musicb by Renjith Unni is passable.
Camework by Ashwin Noel is good and suits the mood of the movie. Rest of the technical aspects are okay.