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. Nevertheless, "Burma" is still a reasonably good watch with some decent performances.
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 and his sidekick Boomer risk their lives and seize vehicles for Guna for a pittance. They decide to request for a raise in pay, but things don't pan out as planned. So they double-cross Guna, and take over the business.
Burma is in love and he has plans to settle down, but he's not financially stable. He lands an opportunity to change all that. He has to seize 28 vehicles for a local financier. He signs up for the job and starts seizing vehicles one by one, and within no time, he has seized 27 vehicles (you really wonder if carjacking is so easy). When Burma gets his hands on the last vehicle, a high-end luxury SUV, his life goes topsy-turvy.
There are two other stories running parallel to this. While the first one is about a gang that plans to rob a security van carrying ATM money worth crores, the second is about another gang that plans to rob from this gang.
The high-end luxury SUV interconnects these three stories in such a way that you know the director likes to experiment. And his efforts are laudable.
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