Enemy Review

Rating: 2.25/5

Cast: Vishal, Arya, Mrinalini Ravi, Mamata Mohan Das, Prakash Raj, Thambi Ramaiah, Karunakaran, Malavika Avinash, Marimuthu, George Mariyan

Director: Anand Shankar

Music: Thaman, BGM: Sam. CS

Producer: S.Vinod Kumar

Editing: Raymod Derrick Castra

Cinematographer: RD.Rajasekhar

Banner: Mini Studios

Vishal’s Enemy directed by Anand Shankar hit the screens today. Here is the film’s review.

Surya (Vishal) helps his father (Thambi Ramaiah) who runs a grocery in Singapore. Surya stops pursuing his dream of becoming a police office as his father has his own fears. However a cylinder blast in a Telugu colony in Singapore, starts haunting Surya. What is his past and how Rajiv (Arya) is related to it form Enemy story.

Director Anand Shankar came with good plot and after a slow start generates interest. However he quickly loses steam with illogical scenes, weak characterization, predictable narration testing the patience of the viewers. He failed with his screenplay and direction.

Vishal and Arya performed well doing full justice to their roles. Others like Prakash Raj, Thambi Ramaiah did well in their roles. Mrinalini Ravi and Mamata Mohan Das got very limited screen presence. Thaman’s songs did not make any impact. Sam CS impressed with his background music. Editing could have been far better.