Starring: Rajinikanth, Mohanlal, Jackie Shroff, Shiv Rajkumar, Ramya Krishna, Tamannaah Bhatia, Sunil, Naga Babu, Yogi Babu
Director: Nelson Dilipkumar
3 stars out of 5
Rajini is back with another exiting movie to entertain his fans. A complete family entertainer with twists and turns as we move ahead with the story. Even though the movie had a simple story line, Boss has made it exiting.
The Movie opens with stealing of Idols from temples by an organised gang and Rajinikanth, is a retired jailer from Tihar jail in Delhi, who spends his retired life with his family like an ordinary citizen. His Son Arjun (Vasanth Ravi) is a sincere police officer, who tries to unearth the gang behind stealing of the Idols. One day Arjun goes missing, and Rajni come to know that he is likely to have been murdered by the Gang involved in Stealing idols. Now how Rajni reacts to the news of his son and the way he handles the Mafia forms rest of the story?
Rajni is the biggest strength of the film, As usual he could single handedly hold the entire film, even though not a strong plot, the presence of Rajini infused the much-needed push. Rajini’s comedy timing as Jailer, and his scenes with Yogi Babu evoked good laughs for the audience. Nelson with an aim to make it a PAN India movies coopted actors like Jackey shroff, Mohanlal, Rajkumar, Sunil etc in minor yet powerful roles. The music is ok, and the song with Tamannah is definitely a blockbuster.
Overall the movie is a good family Entertainer and I give it a 3 Stars