Agni Devi Movie Review And Rating

Cast : 

Bobby Simha
Madhu Bala
Ramya Nambisan

Crew : 

Directed by : JPR , Sham Surya
Produced by : JPR & Stalin
Music by : Jakesbejoy
Cinematography : Jana
Edited by : Deepak
Production Company : Seatoa Studios, Jai Film roductions

Review : 

With an aggregate opening, a reporter approaches the cop Agni (Bobby Simha), for an interview, while watching the flash news, the journalist was murdered in the public place and the commissioner assigned Agni to investigate the case.

Agni gets confused, was not clarity in the investigation, a strange call of Surya and the politician were the loophole for the further investigation. The reporter’s murder was connecting towards the Minister Sakunthala Devi.

By the lots of wriggles in the screenplay IPS Agni observed that the reporter’s murder has been connected with the Minister Sakunthala Devi. The cop Agni moves the case towards the Tamil Nadu Home Minister, which the investigation links with the Central Minister in Haryana.

With the support of commissioner Sakunthala Devi controls Agni and at a stage, Agni was identified that Sakunthala Devi was her mother both were getting separated in an arson. Now, the belligerent lady surrendered towards affection or revenge his son.

Ramya Nambeesan was appeared in the few sequences, which was not strong enough, Bobby Simha voice made irrelevant which was not acceptable, Sathish comical portions is quite okay. Cinematography by Jana is decent while Jakesbejoy’s music is rudimentary. Dialogues are OK and editing functional.  Direction by Sham and JPR is very average.

Rating - 2.25/5