Tamil Movie Review

Singam 3 Tamil Movie Review

Singam 3 Tamil Movie Review

Familiar Roar


Ramakrishna (Jayaprakash), a sincere and top police officer in the neighbouring Andhra Pradesh, gets murdered. AP government seeks the help of Tamil Nadu police to solve the crime.

Duraisingam (Suriya) is selected for the task and he heads for Andhra. There, thanks to his meticulous investigation, he finds that an international gang is behind the murder of Jayaprakash.

He finds that the gang is into some serious evil acts and they bumped off Jayaprakash after he found their illegal acts and was about to take serious action against him.

The rest is all about how Duraisingam catches the whole gang by using his brainy and brawny ways.


The combo of Hari and Suriya has always rocked and in Si 3, their third instalment to the Singam franchise, they have come up with a story with pan-Indian, or even international approach.

As usual, the screenplay races in full throttle and this is one of the biggest plus points of Si 3. Along with the script, Suriya too runs, runs and runs, and bashes the baddies by uttering loud punch dialogues. Equal credits go to the cinematographer and the editor.

Music by Harris Jayaraj is average. Shruti Haasan gets an interesting role, while Anushka Shetty’s role is short and sweet. There are a bunch of actors including Robo Sankar and Krish who add value to the movie.

The film comes in Hari’s typical template, which is easily predictable. But that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have engaging moments. Si3 is for those who are fans of Singam series.

Rating: 3.25 out of 5

Director: Hari
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Cast: Suriya, Anushka Shetty, Shruti Haasan, Raadhika Sarathkumar, Krish, Thakur Anoop Singh, Nithin Sathya, Soori, Robo Shankar, Sarath Babu, Vijayakumar, Sharat Saxena, Nassar, Radha Ravi, Janaki Sabesh, Sumithra, Yuvarani, Manorama, Delhi Kumar, Imman Annachi, Thyagu, Chaams, Vishwa, Joe Malloori, Jayaprakash, Ilavarasan, Suman, Kamalesh, Crane Manohar, Vimalraj, Sandra Amy, Nalini, Jeeva Ravi, Bonda Mani, Balasubramani, Venkat Subha, Neetu Chandra
Pro: John Johnson