Saami Review

The movie starts with Aarusaamy (Vikram) showing up as a rogue accepting bribes from the Annachi [Telugu actor Kota Srinivasa Rao], the villain. His macho looks make Bhuvana (Trisha), a college going next-door Brahmin girl fall for him and they both get married.


A flashback reveals him to be a do-gooder, son of an honest farmer from Palani falsely framed in taking bribes. He then starts taking bribes and remitting the money to the government or helping the poor.


When Arusaamy starts targeting the illegal activities of the Annachi, he is transferred to a different place thrusting a challenge for seven days with the villain. This leads to a bloody climax, and Arusaamy finally manages to patch up with the villain.


Though certain scenes make the story a bit interesting, the flashback about Vikram's bribery and his police entry relatively drags the second half. It is Vikram who dominates this action movie. Trisha looks sensual as the brahmin girl Bhuvana. She looks glamorous and in the song, “ Ennavo Ennavo..Pidichirukku…” her movements look sensual and appealing. Vivek as usual keeps the movie entertaining with his comedy track. Kota as the villain is effective. The soundtrack by Harris Jayaraj is good with the song 'Idhudhaana', worth mentioning. To wrap it up, it is sure a good treat to Vikram fans!


The movie starts with Aarusaamy (Vikram) showing up as a rogue accepting bribes from the Annachi [Telugu actor Kota Srinivasa Rao], the villain. His macho looks make Bhuvana (Trisha), a college going next-door Brahmin girl fall for him and they both (2) -


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