A big hit is what Vijay is required at this stage. In the last few years, one would hardly find any blockbuster under his belt except an average outing Kaavalan. The actor, who opted small-time directors to biggies, finally changed his mind and agreed to work with Jayam Raja, who has several hits to his name. As expected, the filmmaker approached him with a story, which fits his image or it would not be exaggeration if we call it as a story that tells about his political aspiration.
Jayam Raja choose a story about a common man turning a messiah of the society. To be precise, a milkman taking laws into his hands to uproot the corruption. It all begins with a village backdrop, where Vijay, his sister Saranya Mohan and his girlfriend Hansika Motwani were happy. As his sister gets ready for her marriage, he leaves to city to withdraw the money from the chit fund, where he had deposited it long back. Soon he realises that it was a bogus company and he has been cheated.
In a bid to seek revenge, he took help of a journalist played by Genelia D"Souza, who enlightens him about the root cause of the problem. How he turns the vigilante and how he punishes the criminals, form the interesting part of the forthcoming Tamil movie. While the story has a strong message, the filmmakers have ensured to include all the commercial elements like love, romance, action, etc.
Especially, producer Aascar Ravichandran, who has shelled out close to Rs 45 crore on the film, has spent Rs 2 crore on the climax action sequence, which are choreographed by Hollywood stuntman Tom Delmar. However, audio composed by Vijay Anthony"s music has fuelled the expectation of the audience. Overall, the movie is a mass entertainer and will be a treat for the action lovers.