Based on a real-life incident, M Saravanan has itched a story for his latest movie Ivan Vera Mathiri. It is a commercial movie with a social message. Vikram Prabhu, who had a great debut in Kumki, seems to have made a right choice again as the film has given him a good opportunity to showcase his skills.
Ivan Vera Mathiri stars Vikram Prabhu and newbie Surabhi in the lead roles. Ganesh Venkatraman has played the role of a cop and Vamshi Krishna is the bad man in the film. It has Shakhti's cinematography, C Sathya's music and Sreekar Prasad's editing. M Saravanan is inspired by an infamous real-life incident.
With a title like Ivan Vera Mathiri (IVM), director Sarvanan has his task cut out to deliver something that truly stands out from the crowd, not to mention his stupendous debut Engeyum Eppodhum (EE) adding to the expectations. IVM does have the content and the presentation style to solidify Saravanan’s place in the industry.
Saravanan takes up the opening moments to set up the premise effectively for the audience to buy into an ordinary individual turning into a vigilante.
Trust Saravanan to bring you a gripping thriller, and he delivers bang on target. After the phenomenal success of 'Engeyum Eppodhum', the director is here with action and romance,.seasoned with comedy, in 'Ivan Veramathiri'. As it was quite predictable from the trailer, this movie is all about questioning injustice. But the difference lies in the uniqueness employed. Far from the rigmarole slapping and punching, 'Ivan Veramathiri' is an intellectual and meticulous plan to question the wrong and standing up for the right.
Most youth movies begin in a college, and so does this. But this is vastly different from the regular ones. Law minister irks a riot in law college, and the action flick opens in a calamity among law college students, killing 3 and leaving scores injured.