NGK Movie Review

NGK Movie Review
  • Star Casts: Suriya, Sai Pallavi, Rakul Preet Singh
  • Director: Selvaraghavan
  • Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
  • Cinematographer :  Sivakumar Vijayan
  • Producers: SR Prabhu, SR Prakash Babu
  • Release Date: 31-05-2019

NGK Movie Review: Tamil star Hero Suriya’s NGK (Nanda Gopal Krishna) is hit the theaters today in Grand Manner. The movie already Promos garnered decent buzz let’s check out the review of the film.

Story: Nanda Gopala Krishna aka NGK (Suriya), is a well-educated youngster, he leaves his job in a corporate company and decides to get back to agriculture and he is doing organic farming, when the pesticides mafia starts to trouble him and eventually, the issue leads him toward politics and the fighting to rise against evil biggies. NGK and his wife Geetha (Sai Pallavi) face troubles as well on his path to political success. How NGK succeed in politics forms the rest of the story of the film.

Performances: Surya’s energetic performance is undoubtedly a show stealer for this film. He delivered wonderful performance in NGK role, he does the role quite effortlessly His exceptional acting skills are a delight to watch. Sai Pallavi looks good Surya’s wife role, she blindly supports her husband NGK. Rakul Preet is okay in a serious PR role. The movie Rest of the cast Devaraj Bala Singh, Ilavarasu and Uma Padmanabhan perform accordingly.

NGK Movie Review
NGK Movie Review

Analysis: The movie plot of NGK is interesting and well conceptualized but falters in the screenplay. The dialogues are well written. The movie director Selvaraghavan chosen interesting story  But the execution is quite confusing, some illogical scenes, are Audience feel Bored. The movie music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, Songs is just okay but the background score which works well with the sequences. The movie action sequences composed well especially fight sequence in a restroom. The movie Production values  are good

Plus Points:

  • Surya Performance
  • BGM

Minus Points:

  • Second Half
  • illogical Scenes
  • Tamil flavor

Verdict: NGK is a film enough content but the confused screenplay and messy narration feel bored. The movie first half of the movie goes on a decent pace establishing the lead characters but the second half is purely atrocious with weak narration and unrealistic sequences showing the rise of NGK. Suriya tried to save the movie with his brilliant performance.