Maharaja (Tamil) First Review: ‘SOLID’ Reviews Pouring In For Vijay Sethupathi’s Latest Action Drama: TWEETS

Maharaja (Tamil) First Review: ‘SOLID’ Reviews Pouring In For Vijay Sethupathi’s Latest Action Drama: TWEETS


Maharaja
(Tamil)
First
Review:

Written
and
directed
by
Nithilan
Swaminathan,
Maharaja
is
the
50th
film
of
‘Makkal
Selvan’
Vijay
Sethupathi.
The
action
drama
has
a
unique
premise
and
needless
to
affirm,
Vijay
Sethupathi
looked
so
convincing
as
a
barber
who
complaints
of
his
missing
‘Lakshmi.’
The
movie
is
going
to
hit
the
screens
on
June
14
in
Tamil
and
Telugu.


Maharaja
Premise

Maharaja
showcases
Makkal
Selvan
Vijay
Sethupathi
as
a
barber.
He
embarks
on
a
mission
to
avenge
his
house
burglary,
where
he
gets
robbed
of
his
‘Lakshmi.’
He
troubles
police
with
a
noncoherent
description
of
Lakshmi
as
they
try
to
figure
out
if
Lakshmi
is
an
object,
asset,
or
a
human.
Who
is
Lakshmi?
is
all
about
the
movie’s
crux.


Maharaja
First
Review

Going
by
the
available
tweets
on
the
social
media
platforms
about
Vijay
Sethupathi’s
50th
film,
highly
positive
reviews
are
coming
for
this
action
drama.
A
user
wrote,
“#Maharaja
first
half

Solid
💥
@Dir_Nithilan
seems
to
have
given
a
Tamil
flavour
to
#JohnWick?
He
has
established
the
basic
conflict
in
the
first
half
with
the
intermission
gives
a
banger
twist
to
the
story!
Waiting
for
the
second
half.
Good
to
see
@VijaySethuOffl
in
a
film
that
moved
away
from
usual
heroism
yet
heroic!,(sic).”

Check
out
some
of
the
tweets
posted
by
the
enthusiastic
film
buffs
who
got
an
opportunity
to
watch
the
movie
two
days
ahead
of
the
rest.


Maharaja
Cast

The
movie
stars
Vijay
Sethupathi,
Anurag
Kashyap,
Mamta
Mohandas,
Natraj,
Bharathiraja,
Abhirami,
Singampuli,
Aruldoss,
Munishkanth,
Vinoth
Sagar,
Boys
Manikandan,
Kalki,
and
Sanchana
Namidass
among
others
in
key
roles.


Maharaja
Crew

Written
and
directed
by
Nithilan
Saminathan
and
produced
by
Sudhan
Sundaram
and
Jagadish
Palanisamy
under
the
Passion
Studios
and
The
Route
banners,
the
movie
has
its
music
and
background
score
by
the
talented
B
Ajaneesh
Loknath.
Philomin
Raj
worked
as
the
editor
and
Dinesh
Purushothaman
cranked
the
camera.

Original news source Credit: www.filmibeat.com
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