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Indrajith – Review by Naveen

Treasure Tale

Indrajith

– Review

Director Kalaprabhu, son of veteran producer Kalaipuli S Thanu, is known for his passion for cinema. Almost a decade ago, his ‘Sakkarakatti’ made waves for its grandeur and music (by A R Rahman).
And now, his ‘Indrajith’ is out in theatres. Like ‘Sakkarkatti’ which had Shanthnoo Bhagyaraj in the lead, ‘Indrajith’ too features a star kid (Gautham Karthik) as protagonist.
Like ‘Sakkarakatti’, ‘Indrajith’ too is high on production values, as the visuals are stunning and the graphics are good. And…. Like ‘Sakkarakatti’, ‘Indrajith’ too falls flat on one thing- script.
Though Kalaprabhu has managed to come up with a potent knot, the way he has developed into a screenplay leaves a lot to be desired. But still, the film manages to impress in parts.
Now the story: Long long ago, a mystical stone from the sun falls in the earth. It is believed to be having magical healing powers and it has been kept invisible by saints.
Cut to present, a former professor Mayilvaganan (Sachin Khedekar) is in search of the stone. Happy-go-lucky Indrajith (Gautham Karthik) joins him as assistant in his mission.
Soon, Mayilvaganan forms a team comprising youngsters, including Indrajith, to find out the stone. They go to the deep interior forest of Arunachal Pradesh as part of their operation.
Kapil Sharma (Sudhanshu Pandey), head of Archaeological Survey of India, comes to know about Mayilvaganan’s intentions. He too draws a similar plan and follows the gang.
As both the teams go inside the forest, what follows is a roller coaster ride. Who is able to get the stone is revealed in the climax.
Gautham Karthik is in his usual chirpy best, while both the heroines (Sonarika Bhadoria and Ashrita Shetty) have got nothing much to add value.
But there are two pillars- Rasamathy’s cinematography and KP’s music- which hold the building strong. Kalaprabhu should have focus more on script in his next flick.

Rating: 3.0 out of 5

By Naveen

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