In terms of movies, Rajnikanth is genuinely some sort of a Superman, a similitude for Tamilian machismo that can be reduced neither by age nor by new legends. The Boss is consistently the Boss, be it shooting touch of gum in his mouth, juggling a rupee coin into his pocket, airing out human heads or challenging gravity in his free-form kickboxing. Watch him change outfits, change haircuts, change acting tracks — from satire to high show and unbridled activity — change dance moves and you’ll comprehend why Rajni fan love outperforms Amitabh-Shah Rukh fan love.
Shankar’s 85-crore film has the same old thing to offer as far as storyline. A normal ordinary retribution dramatization, it exhibits Rajnikant as a magnanimous NRI who is hellbent on structure a medical clinic and a college for his kin. Normally, he releases hellfire’s fierceness when the neighborhood overlord (Suman) swindles him off his whole riches and keeps him from structure his fantasy venture. Watch the introduction of the Lion inside Rajni then as he shakes his mane, beats his chest and grins contemptuously at each one of the individuals who attempt to control his shakti.
No, we never required Superman stories in desi film, since all our activity legends are supermen, without the logical hocus-focus. With Manish Malhotra giving Rajni his uber cool look and A R Rahman giving turn-of-the-century scores for the excessive dance numbers. Perhaps, Sivaji is the ideal performer with Rajnikant demonstrating he is genuinely imperishable, in any event on the screen. Rajnikanth has never looked so great on-screen with his stylized look and introduction, non-verbal communication, characteristics, and dialogue conveyance. To put it plainly, Shankar has given us a progressively perky and upmarket Rajni that is certain to work with the present youth group of spectators.
There is just a single saint here, as in all Rajnikanth films-Rajni himself. Such is the overwhelming screen nearness of his true to life allure in each edge of the film. The film works big time as Shankar has made the film on a fantastic scale, in a mob of hues, luxurious tune picturization, which is a visual treat with radiantly arranged activity scenes. This accompanies first-class techno-artfulness, maybe the best ever in Tamil film.
Sivaji (Rajnikanth) returns from the US with huge dreams of accomplishing something useful for his fellowmen, mainly free education and medical consideration. He needs to set up ‘Sivaji University’ yet our degenerate framework, insatiable government officials and red-tapism remain in his manner. Sivaji’s right-hand man is his Mama (Vivek) who encourages him with his dream venture as well as discovers him an ideal match in Tamilselvi (Shriya).
Sivaji faces resistance from Adhiseshan (Suman), a kingmaker, businessperson and educationist who runs an effective medicinal school and emergency clinic. In the wake of understanding that nothing works in our degenerate framework, Sivaji capitulates to weight and influences the whole administration to begin his dream venture. Adhi challenges Sivaji and is resolved to attack the venture and he prevails with regards to carrying our saint to the road. Presently it is the turn of our superman legend to strike back. How he does it with only one rupee frames the remainder of the story.
On the drawback, there is the same old thing story-wise. There is a feeling of deja vu-as you have seen comparative plots over and over again from his stable. The content is excessively dainty on the rationale. There are excessively numerous ordinary dialogues and moral lessons and messages, related to a Shankar film, are pushed in and on occasion, the pace is excessively drowsy, particularly in the primary half. You can easily watch this movie on Youtube for free.