Siddharth (Jiiva) is a hacker and leads a happy life with his father (Rajendra Prasad) and mother (Suhasini). One day, an unexpected incident happens and this connects him with another hacker (Govind Padmasoorya).
While Siddharth is a good soul, the other one is a monster who plays with the lives of innocent people with the help of technology. He manipulates a string of electronic devices including computers and mobile phones.
As Siddharth messes with him, he decides to destroy the loved ones of the protagonist. Now, Siddharth has the herculean task of saving everyone from the monster.
Exactly a year ago, we had watched Vishal-starrer Irumbu Thirai (its release date was 11 May, 2018). Kee seems to be an extended version of Irumbu Thirai (though it was made before Irumbu Thirai and was lying in the cans).
Jiiva has presented a convincing performance as hacker and his attempts are praiseworthy. Nikki Galrani is regular heroine, while Anaika Soti has been used for glamour quotient.
Rajendra Prasad and Suhasini have delivered matured performance. Music by Vishal Chandrasekhar is good, while Abinandhan Ramanujam’s cinematography is neat.
The director Kalees has conceived an interesting and important storyline, but has missed out in presenting in a gripping manner. He has made certain sacrifices for commercial elements.
Had Kalees cut down on the so-called comedy and love portions and focussed more on presenting Kee as a pulsating techno thriller, things would have been far more better.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5