Actor Shaam is due for a massive hit for a long time now. In spite of proving his acting skills in a big way, he could not register a massive commercial hit to his name. This has made him to juggle between Tamil and Telugu film industries. The actor, who was last seen in Agam Puram in Tamil films, is returning to Kollywood with 6 Candles.
Shaam stunned the audience with the first look of 6 candles. People did not recognise him in the posters and it came as a big booster for the movie. He has joined hands with Durai, who started his career by directing Ajith Kumar in Mugavari. His last movie Nepali was an experimental movie, which won critics' appreciation, but commercially it did not do well. He is returning to Kollywood after five years.
Their combo has been making positive noise with the trailer and the posters of 6 Candles. Especially, the trailer of the flick crossed two lakh views in no time on YouTube which clearly tells how people are waiting for the movie. Adding to that, Kannada superstar Sudeep, who saw the movie at a special screening, has praised the movie to heavens. Well, how this combo has worked out? What they have to offer? Find it in the review...
People might be wondering about what the title - 6 Candles - conveys. The answer is that the hero Shaam loses his son on his sixth birthday. The frustrated father, in order to find his only son, travels every corner of the country. In the process, we are told about child trafficking gangs. In simple words, what the father faces and learns, form the crux of the story.