Cheekati Rajyam Movie Review

Nov 20, 2015

Kamal Haasan's Cheekati Rajyam Movie is released today and we bring you Cheekati Rajyam Movie Review this friday. Cheekati Rajyam movie is directed by Rajesh M Selva and produced by Gokulam Movies.
Read below for Cheekati Rajyam Review.
Story

Diwakar(Kamal Haasan) a secret agent in narcotics department plans a secret deal with his close pal and catch hold of Drug Dealer Vital Rao (Prakash Raj) who supplies Expensive Drugs to the darken countries.

Knowing the reason behind Diwakar's Sketchm, Vital Rao who is in clash with Diwakar, kidnaps Diwakar’s son and demands him to return back his owned drugs parcel. How Diwakar saved his son from the Vital Rao and how will Mallika comes across Diwakar is rest of the story.

Performances

Kamal Haasan
gets all applauds for choosing this action thriller and stood in as a big asset in the film. His top class acting will definitely a credit.

Madhu Shalini and Trisha gets all the credit for her unique attempt opposite Universal Star Kamal Haasan.

Prakash Raj once again done great job in his negative role.

Technical Department

Cinematography is at top class and proceedings are shown in a impressive way.

Background Score by Gibhran is at top notch

Editing could have been a done more crispy. The screenplay is racy in the first half and the gets predictable in second half.

Director Rajesh Selva has safely played the game and narrated with great explanations with no boring scenes through out the film.

Analysis

Cheekati Rajyam an action thriller with interesting elements and audience can give an attempt to watch the film in this weekend. The Racy first half and Kamal Haasan’s performance are huge assets. Second Half of the film though goes on  predictable note gets a bit slow in narration.
Plus Points:
Kamal Haasan's action

Madhu Shalini's role

Prakash Raj Performance

Action Scenes

Background Score 

Minus Points:

Lack of Songs

Predictable Second Half

Dragging Scenes

Unnecessary Dialogues

Final Verdict:

Its Kamal Haasan's Show

RATING: 3/5