Like every other political drama, Pugazh revolves around the clash between two groups; one led by Jai, which represents commoners and the other - a political group led by the main antagonist, played by Maarimuthu.
What works best for Pugazh is a few well-etched out characters, which has been backed brilliantly by its actors and actresses. Jai deserves a pat on the back for portraying the anger of a common man, who decides to stand up against the corrupt ways this country is used to. The
Overall View: Pugazh may not be a fascinating political drama, but it has enough in it to make you sit through for 2 hours and 6 minutes.
The storyline is wafer thin. But the execution by Manimaran makes all the difference. a playground plays a central part of the movie.
There is more of action mixed with humour and right dose of emotions. Jai plays his role refreshingly well, while Surabhi has a meaty role. Interestingly the star cast including Karunaas and Marimnuth excels.
Pugazh is no regular cinema. It is entertaining and engaging. A perfect watch this week-end
The Movie is based on politics and how a piece of land gets lost from the locale around it. The movie revolves around the happenings and how they get back their land from the hand of politicians.
Jai deserves a pat on the back for portraying the anger of a common man, who decides to stand up against the corrupt ways this country is used to. The actor is convincing throughout the film. Karunas gets a meaty role and the actor has used his opportunity quite well.
Verdict : Political Drama!