#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A guy named love creates a new drug which enhances human ability to fullest.He tries to sell this drug to terrorist groups and therefore leading to destruction of millions of lives.Now its up to an Indian raw agent named akhilan to stop him at any cost
Plot: A disgraced RAW agent Akilan (Vikram) is recalled by the agency to track down a crazy scientist and a cross dresser Love (also Vikram), who has discovered a deadly new drug ‘Speed inhaler’.
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**About the bio-war.**
A simple but an effective storyline. A refreshing action-sci-fi that had a few flaws. First of all it was unnecessary the lead actor playing the both good and negative roles. That gives the impression how character obsessed these actors are. Yep the negative role was powerful, so if someone better actor in the part would have been much better for cinema. That’s the major setback in this and the rest of the film is enjoyable.
This is the story of an ex Indian agent who brought in back for a special mission. The death of his wife and this new organisation has something in common. So he has to find out what’s it and if they are the same gang, then it’ll be the revenge time. The remaining film is a cat and mouse game, and how it all ends was told with a final face off between two men.
I liked the story, but many scenes were so cliché. Besides, the songs were disadvantaged. Indians might enjoy that, not the international audience, because it disturbed the rhythm of the fine story of an agent. The stunts were okay, the cinematography was good. Actors, actresses, all were excellent. Even that sci-fi theme was impressive. Somehow they have missed to turn it into a masterpiece. So once watchable film, a decent agent film like this won’t come easy from India.
If Anand Shankar’s previous film Arima Nambi had echoes of K Bhagyaraj’s Rudhra, the set-up of his Iru Mugan recalls that of Kamal Haasan’s Vikram. An intelligence officer is tasked with investigating and foiling a nefarious plot. The mastermind behind the plot is the man who killed his wife, and he is now conducting his operation from a foreign nation. So, the officer has to go there with a female sidekick in tow and save the day. Here, it is Akilan (Vikram, with beard), a RAW agent who goes after Malaysia to capture Love (Vikram, with prosthetics), an anarchist and a brilliant knowledge about chemicals, to avenge the murder of his wife Meera (Nayanthara, whose character feels underwritten despite a terrific twist). He is accompanied on this mission by Ayushi (Nithya Menen, in a rather minor role), a trainee officer.
With Arima Nambi, Anand Shankar showed us that he has a flair for Hollywood-ish action thrillers. Iru Mugan, too, feels like something that Hollywood might have come up with. There is a high-concept involving a super drug that increases one’s adrenaline and turns ordinary men into supermen for five minutes. The villain is an over-the-top figure who seems to indulge in evil acts not out of any agenda, but more because he relishes the chaos he can create in the world. There is also a clever twist involving the heroine that is actually borrowed from Fast & Furious 6. The characters look chic and the visuals have a sheen that we don’t usually see in our films here.
But, unlike the first half of Arima Nambi, where Anand Shankar hardly deviated from the plot, here, perhaps because he is working with a star, he settles for compromises — forced comedy by Thambi Ramaiah, who appears as a cop in Malaysia, that sits uneasily with the seriousness of the hero’s mission (it is a stark contrast to what the director achieved with MS Bhaskar in Arima Nambi); a melodramatic character, played by Riythvika, who seems to have dropped in from another film (perhaps Kabali, given that she plays a similar character here); the ease with which Akilan and Ayushi trace the whereabouts of Love, who is built up to be a cunning person; clumsy exposition that is provided through a character (Karunakaran) who seems to exist just for this purpose (the guy works for the villain, but is only too eager to tell everything he knows of his plans to the hero); the several logic leaps (for example, the almost magical recovery by the hero in the climax after taking the super drug, which we are told leaves a person drained for hours after the five-minute mark).
And yet, the film works… to an extent. And that is mainly because the director gives an antagonist who is more than an equal to the hero. His Love seemed to be more of an indulgence in the promos, especially because of Vikram’s predilection towards gimmicky roles, but the character works in the film, and keeps us in thrall. And the actor nails both the mannerisms and the modulation of this character. The film feels alive whenever this character is on screen, and that is why the second half — despite the implausible scenes — comes across as more engaging than the initial portions.
IruMugan-A Thriller that should have been one
Vikram has proved in every film that he can do anything in any way for just a movie. He proved that again in IruMugan. In any ways you can’t blame him for any of his movies as he does his part properly and in fact excellently. The story is of course a mix of plenty of Hollywood movies. Of course we can watch those Hollywood kind of movies in tamil , it’s obviously acceptable than the usual Vijay ajith kind of movies in tamil. But what anand shankar could cleared out is the logic loopholes which are plenty in the movie. And he could have written better dialogues as it never impresses you in any part of the movie. The scenes were fast paced in the first half even though there were songs kept in wrong places. But the second half actually turned out boring in many places. The love character was played brilliantly by vikram but the dialogues there could have been better as it seemed extremely normal. The bgm was extremely good in many places. Harris has proved that he is the king of melody in the movie again. Overall this movie is decent one time entertainer which could have been really better if it avoided the uncertain moments in it.
Iru Mugan : Technically Strong Sci-fi – Action Thriller!
If there is a 3rd world war, Its not going to be with Atom bombs or Guns. It will be Bio war either Cyber War. At this point many counties not ready for Cyber War; maybe except few countries. But many countries already created bio-weapons and they started testing in small countries (Eg: Zika Virus, Ebola virus ). There is a 2006 Tamil movie “E” clearly explains the Bio-war and how they using small countries for testing. It will sound funny to many people but it’s true! if u do a deep research about it you will understand the dark side of the upcoming world.
Story: Movie starts with a terrorist attack on Indian Embassy in Malaysia. 70 year old man use his inhaler and he became super human for 5 minutes, killed twenty people in the embassy and after five minutes he also dies. Now Indian government must investigate the attack and they getting a lead with symbol of Love in the old man’s head which is pointing the terrorist called “LOVE”. Ex-RAW agent Akilan who killed love 4 years ago in Kashmir, now they need to bring him back to investigate this attack. He starts the investigation with help of Nithiya Menon (RAW case officer) and Malaysian Police. Rest of the story how he is finding out “Love”, How he escaped from India, What happened to Vikram’s wife Nayantara, who’s is the mastermind behind love’s untraceable activities, How he going to stop love’s plans… You watch it on Screen!!
Acting: What can we say about Vikram? He gives his life and soul to any character that he play and in Iru Mugan too, it is his show all the way. As a RAW Agent Akilan he is stylish cold-hearted intelligent officer & Effeminate Character “Love” brings out the manliness and feminine side. He nailed it as Love. he made audience to though like they are two different actors with his perfect acting. Nayanthara (Ethical Hacker) and Nithya Menen (RAW case officer) have their roles clearly to further development of story and bring in the color to the movie. Thambi Ramaiya made us to laugh in few scenes as Malaysian Police Officer.
Technical: Kudos to Director Anand Shankar for fresh elements without stereotype story. There are lot of chemical formulas used by the characters with references. Specially the “Speed” drug (Crystal methamphetamine) used by Hitler in 2nd World war to increase his soldiers speed. I love the way he explain each detail to make us understand. He done a lot of research in small details too. Specially in the title card they showing the Evolution of weapons used in Wars. Harrish Jeyaraj did decent work with BGM and songs. R. D. Rajasekhar cinematography is colorful well captured Malaysia but what is important to movie only.
Plus+: Vikram, Nayantara, Love Character, Interval Block, Technical details in small things, Harrish Jeyaraj BGM, Cinematography & director brought new elements to Tamil audience.
Minus-: Event though shot in high quality & eye catching costumes, unnecessary placements of songs slowing down the movie. There are a few logical questions which look unanswered like why the love character is like that? why the police didn’t try to enter the room in hospital when they lost the surveillance?
But still Iru Mugan has its pluses in the form of technical skill and performances. I usually don’t write long reviews for movies except i’m impressed.I’m impressed with the concept here. My rating for this movie would be 3.5/5
P.S: Above review was written in my point of view and everyone got different taste!
Original Language ta
Runtime 2 hr 34 min (154 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Anand Shankar
Writer Anand Shankar
Actors Vikram, Nayanthara, Nithya Menen
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera Arri Alexa XT (Cooke s5/i lenses)
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