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Vivekam Movie Review

Vivekam Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 24th August 2017


Ajith Kumar, Kajal Agarwal, Vivek Oberoi, Akshara Haasan, Karunakaran and others


Ajith Kumar (AK) is an agent working for a counter terrorism agency. The agency is in Serbia. He is wanted by 80 countries and many agencies as he is suspected to have gone rogue, misusing his power.

His former friends in the agency headed by Aryan (Vivek Oberoi) are now hunting for him. In turn, Ajith Kumar is after people who betrayed him when he was on a mission to track Natasha (Akshara).

How AK finds his betrayers and also saves his wife Hasini (Kajal) is the rest of the story.


From Hollywood movies like Bourne Identity, Taken to TV series Person Of Interest, many elements and episodes seem to have been inspired to present Ajith as an international agent, to please his fans.

While the idea must have looked superb on paper, it does not translate on the screen and the screenplay is a total mess, with no scene interesting enough to hold the audiences interest.

The story is set somewhere in Europe where an Indian agent is working on an international mission. The entire film then goes revealing one action episode after the other.

The cat and mouse games and the agent following his target is similar to umpteen numbers of Hollywood movies.

When we are not seeing action stunts, the story cuts to Ajith and Kajals drama husband and wife mushy track. Although Kajal is beautiful, the pair lacks chemistry and the scenes between them are too old-fashioned.

The first half is boring and post interval the movie slips into a yawn fest. The action pieces, without doubt, are shot richly and camerawork is of high standards, but beneath the glitz there is nothing that lets the audience connect with the movie.

Nearly 45 minutes are wasted in showing Ajith tracking down Natasha, played by Akshara Haasan. While the build up around this episode is quite interesting, when Akshara appears on screen, the suspense goes bust. Though Akshara in her debut down south is okay, her character is much ado about nothing.

Ajith has proved that he can perform action stunts in a terrific manner. Well, he is a feast for the eyes if one is a hardcore fan. As for others, the thriller does not quite make the cut.

On the whole, Vivekam is all about showing off technical glitz and slick action but it does not offer anything beyond that. Mostly one gets bored after a point. A pointless spy thriller.

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