Chakra- A drawing in thrill ride with Vishal in structure
Cast : Vishal, Shraddha Srinath, Regina Cassandra, Robo,Shankar, K.R. Vijaya, Srushti Dange, Manobala
Direction : M.S. Anandan
Production : Vishal
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Chakra Movie Story :
After Action, Vishal is back on screen collaborating with debutant chief MS Anandan for Chakra, a film set in the realm of advanced wrongdoings and hacking. With the fascinating cast including Shraddha Srinath and Regina Cassandra, the film guaranteed an energizing spine chiller, and we should perceive what Chakra has available.
Chakra starts with different thefts occurring around the same time, and one episode occurs at armed force official hero Chandru (Vishal’s) home too. As Chandru and Gayathri (Shraddha Srinath) begin researching the case, they discover that Chandru’s dad’s Ashoka chakra decoration has likewise been taken. As the pair further research, they discover the offender behind and a feline and mouse pursue results. Who’s the looter, what’s the intention of the burglar and whether Chandru and Gayathri had the option to catch the criminal is what is the issue here.
Vishal as the quintessential activity legend astonishes in tricks, and conveys a connecting with execution as the military man in chase for something significant that he loses. Shraddha Srinath as the cop who remains by Vishal’s character is wonderful with her non-verbal communication and gives a persuading act and is acceptable in real life scenes also. Regina Cassandra’s character is a disclosure, and the entertainer dominates with her showcase of threatening villainy. The remainder of the cast including Neelima, Srushti Dange, Robo Shankar are sufficient.
The main portion of the film continues, building up burglaries and the examination interaction including Vishal and Shraddha Srinath, and the direct screenplay doesn’t have a lot of high minutes with the exception of the disclosure of the programmer criminal being a lady.
The subsequent half acquires energy and advances at a decent speed, as the game among Vishal and Regina starts, with the last presenting difficulties to Vishal, to follow her and demonstrate her wrongdoings. For certain exciting, fascinating groupings, Chakra closes on a high, and palatable note.
Foundation score by Yuvan Shankar Raja is throbbing and is in a state of harmony with the topic of the film. Cinematography by Balasubramanyam catches the staggering activity successions and pursues amazingly.
Debutant MS Anandan has set his Chakra in a similar universe as that of Vishal’s hit digital thrill ride Irumbu thirai, and prevails in genuinely captivating the crowd, particularly with the shocking second half. While the plain story in the underlying portion of the film sans rushes may hamper the energy, the following part compensates for it with many intriguing arrangements, like the chess scene, and the battles among Regina and Vishal. The screenplay by MS Anandan is all around supplemented by activity movement and cinematography that makes battle scenes look genuine. The flashback part clarifying the intention behind the guilty party’s violations might have been creative, as it gives a feeling of history repeating itself. Notwithstanding the weaknesses in the underlying piece of the film, Chakra ends up being an exciting performer with grasping arrangements. All said, MS Anandan connecting with screenplay fueled by macho saint Vishal and shock bundle Regina Cassandra’s exhibition makes Chakra a champ.
Decision: A drawing in thrill ride with Vishal in structure.