Kidaari (Sasikumar) is the right hand man of Kombaiya Pandian (Vela Ramamoorthy), a powerful gangster who controls the entire Sathur area in southern Tamil Nadu.
On behalf of Kombaiya Pandian, Kidaari runs the show, and hence, he is a terror in the locality. Both Kobaiya and Kidaari have their own sets of enemies.
One day, Kombaiya is hacked by enemies who daringly gain entry into his house. Now Kidaari has to find out who did the act and why. In the meantime, our hero also has a love track (with Nikhila Vimal).
Though too many sub plots and characters water down the story, Kidaari impresses us with slick production values and solid performance by Sasikumar.
Violence is at the core of the movie and it starts and ends with blood soaking scenes. The director has approached a novel way of telling the story, reminding one of Tarantino’s movies.
Sasikumar is good in both shades- angry gangster and lover body, while Nikhila has a beautiful face that often throws up right expressions. Suja Varunee, Vela Ramamoorthy and Mu Ramasamy add value to the movie.
Music director Darbuka Siva has come up with a terrific show, while S R Kathir’s cinematography is another highlight. All these things have helped director Prasath Murugesan a lot.
Director: Prasath Murugesan
Music: Darbuka Siva
Cast: Sasikumar, Nikhila Vimal, Napoleon, Suja Varunee, O. A. K. Sundar, Vela Ramamurthy, Vasumithra, Mu. Ramasamy
Pro: Nikil Murugan