Burma is a Tamil movie, directed by Dharanidharan and produced by Sudharshan Vembutty of SquareStone Films. The movie starring with Michael Thangadurai, Reshmi Menon and Atul Kulkarni in lead roles.
The movie focuses on three parallel stories interconnected by a car. Just when you start to enjoy the film's truly offbeat presentation, the problem begins! Audiences are randomly introduced to a few characters whose presence is not appreciated till a point when it's too late.
Burma was kept grabbing the peoples attention right from the teaser, trailer, songs, and some interesting casting.
The director has got this one right and derives, the best from everyone. Michael looks convincing as the lead criminal while Sampath & Atul Kulkarni has showcased their potential with their limited screen presence.
Verdict - The movie's run time is just 100+ mins, but it does offers the audience to check their smartphones often.
Debutant Dharani Dharan-directed "Burma", which is about carjacking, could've easily been an excellent film with its interesting premise and an equally exciting non-linear narrative.
Burma alias Paramanandan is an aspiring carjacker who works under Guna, who is known to the best in the business of illegal seizure of vehicles.
"Burma" should have ideally been high on comedy because it's important for a film that completely relies on its almost unfamiliar cast.
Burma is a crime thriller directed by Dharanidharan, starring Michael, Atul Kulkarni, Sampath and Reshmi Menon in the central roles. Sudharshan Vembutty has bankrolled the film under his banner Square Stone Pictures.
There is a serious lack of engaging factor in the first half of the movie, with the song placements playing a major role in the drag.
Verdict: Not a bad movie; It's a fairly entertaining crime story, with a pace issue.