Ayogya Movie Review
There are certain things that instantly pop up in your minds while watching the film ‘Ayogya’. The first earnest thing is about the comparison that eventually draws in. Of course, the original version ‘Temper’ was a super hit followed by it recent remake in Hindi titled ‘Simba’, featuring Ranveer Singh in lead character. Vishal’s Ayogya is no exception as it carries the same version including the dialogues from Telugu version. But you know what? It eventually surpasses and overtakes the other two versions for the unexpectedly shocking and surprising climax. Well, the references can be cited this way claiming that AR Murugadoss’ protégé Venkat Mohan has taken the inspiration from his mentor’s yesteryear hit movie for this aspect.
Karnan (Vishal) is a corrupt police officer, who is influenced by a powerful drug lord (Parthiepan) to get him transferred from Tuticorin to Chennai. Karnan unconditionally helps him and his brothers in all his illegal activities. However, one of their gruesome crimes that terribly affect the lives of innocent peoples around starts having an impact of transformation upon him.
Vishal is always at his best when it comes to playing characters with crazy shades. You might be wondering why his mannerisms and dialogue deliveries in the first half are different. But soon after the intermission, his transformation would be obviously accepted. He gives an incredible performance through action sequence. Raashi Khanna looks angelic and is gorgeous too, but in many places, we slightly feel the traces of Kajal Aggarwal in original version. Parthiepan has done a remarkable job and his antagonistic act is widely noticed. Pooja Devariya, MS Bhaskar and KS Ravikumar have done their works neatly.
On the technical aspect, the cinematography is fine though the tints of greenish yellow might get mixed response on both plus and flip side. On the other hand, Sam CS’ songs are okay kind and the central theme music that is heard in many places is commendable.
Overall, Ayogya is a movie that starts off on lighter note just as the other two versions (Temper and Simbha), but it starts hitting our attention post-interval and ends up as a finest show by the end with its grippingly emotional climax. It is obviously the current social issue on women that is happening in our society today.
Verdict: Commercial package of realistic issue with emotional ending