Seeru Movie Review: A Commercial Weekend StuffSivaranjani Soundararaj (Author) Published Date : Feb 07, 2020 15:45 IST
Actor Jiiva starring movie Seeru released today on the silver screens. Directed by Rathna Shiva, the movie co-stars Riya Suman and Navdeep in the lead roles. Vijay Sethupathi's Rekka Director Rathina Shiva handles Jiiva's next as a mass packed entertainer.
Story Plot: Jiiva runs a local TV channel in Mayavaram and argues a fight with the MLA of the corresponding legislative. Thus, the furious MLA calls Varnan, a big gangster from Chennai's Vyasarpadi, to kill Jiiva out of anger. Jiiva, hearing this, is not afraid. Varun arrives at Mayavaram and takes Jeeva's sister to the hospital to save her life. Jeeva is proud of Varun's humanity, who saved his sister's life. Jeeva, who comes to Chennai in search of him, saves a badly wounded Varun who got stabbed by enemies. He also begins to investigate the people who came to kill Varun.
Did Jiiva finally find the people who killed Varun? What was the reason for this murder attempt?plots the rest of Seeru film
Seeru Review: Jeeva, who plays the hero of the film, is in action and sentimental acting. Audiences feel that they cannot see the regular jiva.
He has made a difference in his pretense of affection for his sister and respect for friendship. Riya Suman, the heroine, has done the job well. Satish's character comes to mind strongly even if he acts only a while.
Varun is intimidating in doing a villain cum friendship role. He is showing improvement in film acting. Another villain has been spotted in the cast of Navdeep as a white-collar criminal.
Director Ratna Siva has directed the film with a focus on brother-in-law affection and friendship. Director Ratna Siva has profoundly stated that friendship is not only important to men but for women too. Despite the logic breaches, he has set the scenes with taste and a good screenplay. Specifically, he has done a good job with the characters.
Overall, Seeru movie is a must watch entertainer for the weekend. Though the flick drives with usual commercial essentials like fights, songs in the first half but the remaining portions fasten the screenplay with a varied Jiiva's performance.
Seeru Movie Review: A Commercial Weekend Stuff