Actor Surya is one of the most popular Tamil actors in Tollywood and he has rocked the Telugu audience with his last movie 7aum Arivu. Now, the superstar is back with Brothers, the dubbed version of his Tamil movie Maattrraan (Maatran). He has once again made sure that he would rock them and director KV Anand's wonderful story and direction will help him to become the showman.
Brothers is an action thriller film and Surya's performance as conjoined twins is the main attraction of the movie. KV Anand's brilliant narration. Kajal's glamour show, Haris Jayaraj's music, S Sounder Rajan's wonderful camerawork, stunning action, comedy and dance sequences, beautiful costumes and art directions are its other highlights.
The story of Brothers revolves around a conjoined twins and KV Anand has written a brilliant script for the movie. He has also managed to have a tight grip on its narration. There are few romantic songs and comedy scenes between the conjoined twins which keep you glued to the screen in the first half. But the movie takes a serious mode in the second half and the climax is simply superb.
Vimal and Akhil (Surya) are composite-identical twins born to Sachin Khedekar, who is a founder and the owner of a company, sells the best kids energy drink in the market. Sachin's rival sends a Russian spy to the company to know the secret formula of the drink. The spy manages to get some info with the help of Kajal and Surya, but he is killed. Meanwhile, Vimal dies in an accident and Akhil gets separated from him. Akhil comes to know that the Russian lady was not a spy and the energy drink which was selling in the market actually contains dangerous substances. He leaves for Russia with Kajal Agarwal to unravel the truth. What happens next will form the interesting form of the movie.
As conjoined twins, Surya has delivered a wonderful performance and it can be said that it is the best acting in his career and he is sure to bag a few best actor awards for it. He looks stunning in action and dance sequences. He has shown perfect comedy timing in the first half. Kajal has no much scope for acting, but she surely rocks you in the song sequences. Sachin Khedekar, Vivek and others have also done brilliant acting.
In the technical front Haris Jayaraj's music is main attraction. His background score and tunes like 'Someone Nevevaro', 'The Queen Nannilam' and item song 'Thou art thyself' are good to listen. Sounda Rajan's picturiasation is another highlight and he has done excellent camerawork in some of the sequences. Peter Hein choreographed action is also one of the main attractions. Anthony's editing and Rajeevan's art direction are also commendable.
Overall, Surya and KV Anand combo rocks and their latest movie Brothers is a superb entertainer with rich production values and good story. It is good treat for this weekend and it is must watch movie.
Producer: Bellamkonda Suresh
Director: KV Anand
Music: Haris Jayaraj
Release date: 12th October