Veteran director P Vasu, who had been part of many a successful family entertainers, has churned out a movie that is full of thrills and spills. The movie has RK playing a anti-hero. Interestingly his last outing was in Avan Ivan in which he played a villain. Sadha makes a comeback to do a prominent role while yesteryear actor Karthick dons a prominent charactere.
RK does anything for money. He is a paid killer. Then there is Karthik, a police officer. Interestingly in a twist in the tale, Karthik's close friend is bumped off by a goon on a mistaken identity. He wants to bump off Karthik and wrongly murders his friend. There is a twist in the form of Sada and the encounter that brings Karthik and RK in straight line. What happens in the drama then forms the rest
RK, who impressed one and all in Avan Ivan, continues his good run. Interestingly RK understands his limitations and cleverly chooses his roles. His bod language and mannerisms are good. Sadha impresses in her comeback and she is good. Karthik is as usual bubbly and leaves an impression. The whole cast and crew have given their best and the end product is convincing.
P Vasu's racy script adds pep to the proceedings. Srikanth Deva's music is a mix of peppy and melodious tunes and the director has managed to obtain rigt tunes from him.
There are some logical lapses. But iof one is ready to forget it and enjoy a thrilling game, Pulivesham is there to regale you.