A police commissioner in Andhra is murdered, and the state government seeks the help of Tamilnadu police when Duraisingam (Surya) is deputed to investigate the case.
Shruti Haasan starts following Suriya the moment he lands in Vishakapattinam airport.
In his attempt to get to the root cause for the murder, Suriya finds that foreigners bring their waste here and burn it polluting the environment and affecting the children.
He also finds that the group sells expired medicines. It is only when the Andhra commissioner found this he was murdered.
What happens after this, was Suriya able to nab the criminals and the others linked to this forms the rest of the story.
Like any other Hari movie the screenplay is very fast, it is so fast that the audience do not even get time to laugh for the comedies that Soori makes.
Shruthi Haasan has got a meaty role in the flick and has utilised it perfectly. However just like the prequels Anushka comes only for a few scenes.
The entire story is carried by Suriya who has understood his role and had done justice to the character and played his part to perfection.
Cinematography by Priyan is excellent especially in the stunt and song sequences.
Harris Jayaraj’s music has given the much needed strength to the scenes and the songs and stunts by Kanal Kannan are breathtaking.
Though the swift screenplay of Hari is one of the biggest strengths, it does not allow the scenes to be absorbed by the audience.
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