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By Shubarna Mukerji Shu Friday, Nov 30, 2018 08:57: PM
Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson
S Shankar

2.0 Synopsis (Story)

The film begins with an omen of doom, you know something is about to go terribly wrong. Almost instantly, everything starts falling part and the state government is clueless. They declare an emergency, seeking help from the military but the armed forces also cannot understand how and why everything is getting destroyed. From ministers to laymen, no one is safe and the only person they can seek help from is Thalaiva himself… aka scientist Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth)


Vaseegaran by default thinks of Chitti (again Rajinikanth) who has been put to rest but the government wouldn’t hear of it. They want to avoid chaos as much as possible! However, soon they realise Chitti is the only answer.


It is towards the interval that we finally put a face, or rather beak on the man behind the menace - Pakshi Rajan (Akshay Kumar)


Here’s a piece of trivia for all cinema lovers, when an A-lister actor agrees to do a negative role, one can take it for granted that the villain’s backstory will make you shed a tear or two, completely justifying his villainy and so on. Pakshi Rajan is no exception to that rule. He is a man who has the deepest empathy towards birds (as we all should) and he cannot bear it when humans in the name of technology are showing complete disregard for the welfare of the birds. With sparrows disappearing, birds dying everywhere, the hatchlings are starving and in despair. Yet, he doesn’t start off wanting to destroy every cell phone on the surface of the earth.  He does try to seek help but he is humiliated, disgraced and mocked into the corner making retaliation his only path. His vendetta is to let everyone realise that the world is not only for humans (he is obviously thinking about birds, not the humanoids who are taking maximum screen space in this film)


However the vengeance of Pakshi Rajan needs to be curtailed and Chitti along with Nila (Amy Jackson) – a lady humanoid, gets the ball rolling

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