Arjun is a highly efficient police officer who along with his team Prasanna and Varalakshmi Sarathkumar is involved in finding the mystery behind the murder of a social activist.
Even as they are investigating the case, a doctor is murdered in a brutal way and the killer always leaves a clue about his next victim.
After the murder of the third victim, Arjun guesses that he is the next target and wants to find the motive of the murderer.
This is the 150th movie of the ‘Action King’ and the role is tailor made for him with a gripping screenplay and some breath taking action sequences with more intelligence in the story.
Arjun has excelled as an intelligent cop which he always does and also as a caring husband, brother and father. He has shown maturity in his acting and has shown speed whenever needed.
Prasanna and Varalakshmi Sarathkumar who come as the partners of Arjun have done justice to their respective characters.
Prasanna has lived as a cop in the movie and Varu has seasoned as an actor with knowing what is needed of her.
Director Arun Vaidhyanathan has taken up an interesting script and has kept the audience engaged and guessing about the murderer and his motive.
Background score by S Navin elevates the mood of the movie especially during the investigation scenes. Cinematography by Arvind Krishna has efficiently captured the events that unfold.
Though there are a few flaws here and there, like the slow screenplay at places, they can be ignored as the movie gives a satisfied feeling when it ends.
Over all, Nibunan is a flick which also tests the investigator inside the audience.
Rating: 3/5 – Engaging and investigating