Easan tamil movie
Posted by pradan raki at 10:49 PM Monday, February 7, 2011
Easan is not an original subject infact it is basically based on a story of revenge from a politician's son after he rapes and kills a girl. An police officer investigates the case and solves it till the end handling all the social and political pressures.
Sasikumar managed to maintain the suspense in the first part of the film. His direction is perfect and keeps the interest intact as to who will the killer be. He makes the audiences changes their mind with every character and incident. The story takes along around 20 characters and all of them are putting up their own effort taking the story forward. No one can say who is a hero or heroine, each role has its own weight age. The twists and turns are amazing in the first part and the second part focuses on basically rendering the punishment to the culprit.
The performances are at their best, each of the character is trying to give his best shot. Samuthirakani is very strong and focused as a police officer. Al Azhagappan is suiting best in his first time role as an politican, he looks mature and suits it well. Vaibhav as a spoilt politician's son makes audiences hate him and Abhinaya is as good as always. All the other characters Aparna, Blessy, Niranjan and Nammo Narayana are suiting well.
SR Kathiir is best in his cinematography. His camera has captured the distinction between the night life residing in the city and innocence prevailing in the villages. The music of the film is given by James Vasanthan. James has done a good job by integrating a good flavor of western notes that suit the whole setup of the film. The stunts are amazing specially those shot in the village backdrop. The story starts with full interest and punches. Sasikumar handled the film really well in the first half by creating good suspense and thrill.
After giving a spectaculous hit Subramaniapuram 2 years back Sasikumar is back with his directorial venture Easan. In between he produced Pasanga and also showed his acting skills in Naadodigal. Sasikumar initially claimed that Easan does not belong to a particular category of a thriller or a love story and he justified his statement as te story of Easan evolves as a love story, then a thriller, to a revenge and ends up solving a social crime. Sasikumar handled all the multi topics very carefully and roped them in with perfection.