Vishal Krishna and Trisha Krishnan were supposed to work on many occasions but it not happen for one or the other reason. Thiru's Samar brings them together for the first time and despite facing a lot of troubles over the release at the last minute, the film has successfully hit the screens on January 13.
Audience were confused over the release date of Samar, as the film joined the Pongal race only after Kamal Hassan's Vishwaroopam backed out. However, in the limited time, the makers of the film tried to generate a lot of curiosity and have managed to get decent response.
While the verdicts on other Pongal releases like Karthi's Alex Pandian, which has failed to impress the audience, and Santhanam's Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya, which has garnered positive feedbacks, are out, people are eagerly waiting to see whether Samar could impress them. Read on for the review...
The Vishal Krishna and Trisha Krishnan's film is an action-thriller, which has a lot of twists and turns in the story. Sakthi (Vishal), a trek guide and the son of Forest Ranger Azhagam Perumal, and Roopa (Sunaina) have parted ways. After a few months, he gets a courier from his ex-girlfriend in which she had written an apology letter and asked him to come to Bangkok.
The letter brings him a lot of joy and he immediately gears up for his first-ever foreign trip. In the flight, he meets Maya (Trisha Krishnan) and they turn good friends. The real story begins when he lands in Thailand, as there is a threat to his life. He has been trapped and he struggles to come out from it with the help of Maya. Then, we are introduced to ruthless baddies played by JD Chakravarthy and Manoj Bajpai. The first half raises a lot of questions and the the second half answers all of them.
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Who is behind the game? What happened to his love? What role Trisha is playing in this trap? You should watch the film to get answers to all these questions. Follow the slideshow to know the verdict...