Similarly another person is also arrested. After interrogation, Arulnithi is let out by the police. However, the other person who was arrested says that Arulnithi came out of the house where the incident took place.
Police once again decide to arrest Arulnithi, however he escapes from there. Who was murdered, what was their motive, how Arulnithi got involved in the mix forms the rest of the story.
The movie lives true to the crime thriller genre. With an ensemble of cast, every character in the movie have their own flashback stories and motives.
Director Murugu Maaran has managed to keep the audience on the edge of their seat by continuing the suspense till the climax.
Arulnithi has always been very particular with his script selection and has proved it once again in this movie.
He has got into the skin of the character and has done it well. Be it the love portions or the problem solving sequences, he has shown subtle variations in emotions.
Mahima Nambiar looks gorgeous in the movie and has a meaty role to play and she has utilised it well. Ajmal as the antagonist who blackmails people to make money is terrifying. He also excels in the action sequences.
Apart from this Suja Varunee, Chaya Singh, John Vijay and Anandraj have all done justice to their characters. Music by Sam C S adds to the suspense to the movie giving the needed feel. Cinematography by Aravind Singh has captured the night life beautifully.
IAK is a crime thriller which people may not understand even if they blink their eyes during watching it.
Rating: 3/5 – These eyes sees everything