Vishal is another Tamil actor, who has next biggest fan following after Surya and Karthi. His last release Dheeradu, the dubbed version of Tamil film Samar, was a big hit at the AP Box Office. Eight months after this movie, the actor is back with Palnadu, the Telugu version of Pandiya Naadu. The film is a quintessential revenge drama supported by taut narration and wonderful performances.
Palnadu is action thriller with good amount of entertainer elements. Vishal's electrifying performance, Suseenthiran's engaging screenplay, D Imman's music, R Madhi's cinematography, well-choreographed action, a few comedy scenes and dialogues are the highlights of the movie. But it is predictable in parts and the dragging narration in the second half mars the interest of the film goers.
Director Suseenthiran, who is known for his action flicks, has penned a routine revenge drama for Palnadu. A grieving father conceals his happiness with an awkward smile when he comes to learn that the man responsible for his son's death is dead too. He silently walks into his room, breathes a sigh of relief and picks up his crying grandson and takes a stroll.
The movie has some interesting twists and turns, which make the audience engaged and absorb in the narration. The director cashes in on a strong family bond to narrate an engaging revenge story sans any commercial cliches. The film has a very ordinary first half with a lot of focus on family drama and romance, but it takes a detour post-interval to give audiences an engaging climax. It steers away stereotypes and entertains with a very strong screenplay.
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