Shankar's I review, rating
Shankar\'s I, One of the most awaited movies hit theatres today, Shankar\'s I Review, Rating. Before we tell you why the movie is a must watch, let\'s take a look at the production crew.
Shankar's I, One of the most awaited movies hit theatres today, Shankar's I Review, Rating. Before we tell you why the movie is a must watch, let's take a look at the production crew.
Directed by Shankar
Produced by V. Ravichandran, D. Ramesh Babu
Written by Shankar, Subha
Starring Vikram, Amy Jackson
Music by A.R. Rahman
Cinematography P. C. Sreeram
Edited by Llewellyn Anthony Gonsalves
Production company Aascar Film Pvt. Ltd
Distributed by Aascar Film Pvt. Ltd
About the Movie:
Vikram plays the character called 'Lingesan', who considers Arnold Schwarzenegger as a role model and his only aim in life is to win the Mr. Tamil Nadu title.
Lingesan, played by Vikram, is an aspiring body builder who strives to become Mr. Tamil Nadu. While he is focused to realize his long term dream, he meets Amy Jackson and gets blown away by her beauty. He falls in love with Amy and also realizes that she is one of the top most professional in the modelling industry. Having no other option to woo his lady-love, Vikram gives up on his dream to become a model himself and changes his name from Lingesan to Lee. Gradually, Amy too falls for Lee and the two make plans for their future which promises to be ever so colorful. In an interesting twist, things go horribly wrong as all that colour and glitz is forcibly extracted from Vikram's life. But not everything is lost for the antagonist, what he does to regain something similar to his lost dream forms the rest of the movie.
Vikram excels throughout the movie and his years of dedication just to make the movie that much more interesting is apparent. Amy Jackson too has done justice to her role which is very much a part of the movie unlike many other Tamil movies. Suresh Gopi and Ramkumar's acting skills are utilized really well while Upen Patel could've showcased much more emotions for the role demands it.
As disclosed earlier, I is a technically brilliant movie. While all VFX used are executed almost perfectly, PC Sreeram's camera work supporting such graphics stands out and has an international appeal to it. AR Rahman's background score will definitely add accolades to his never ending list of awards. T Muthuraj as an art director might receive many awards for I in the near future. Anthony's editing could've been even more crispier.
- Vikram is a Boxer and his Introduction is Superb
- Chiyaan Vikram Characters and his Excellent Performance
- Story is the Backbone of this Movie
- Comedy Scenes between Vikram & Santhanam & Amy Jackson
- Shankar's Direction
- Amy's Performance
- A.R.Rahman Background Music and Songs
- Twist before Interval
- Second half Action Scenes are Awesome
- Vikram's New AVATAR
- Twist in the tale.... villain
- Climax is Superb
Review: vikram has nailed it again with his mindblowing performance. The last he was seen switching between characters was Anniyan. Vikram's performance deserves a standing ovation. It's no mean feat to get into the skin of such a complex character. His dedication deserves special mention.
This is perhaps Amy Jackson's best performance in her career so far. AR Rahman's music is noteworthy. To watch larger than life images is a treat. However, Shankar's I fails to meet the expectations as the story is predictable at times.
Verdict: Watch it for Hollywood experience.
Check out the movie trailer to get a peek into the story
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