Seyal Review & Rating
Under the banner CR Creations, Seyal, directed by Ravi Abbulu has released all over the theatres in Tamil Nadu. The action-packed revenge drama features Rajan Tejeshwar, Tharushi and Chammak Chandra as lead characters. Though the movie didn't start with a grand opening on the first day, the second day is witnessing decent crowd at the theatres.
Seyal essays the story of a young boy who lands in trouble after he hits a gangster in a market. Seyal revolves around the events that take place when the villain attempt to take revenge on him. The story kicks off its journey with the introduction of the villain who is a stronghold of a local market. With a small introduction to characters, Seyal moves in a slow pace at the beginning but it takes its plight when a set of goons harass the hero to pay money for using a public toilet which is free. The core of the plot erupts when the fight ensues between the two and the hero thrashes the villain and leaving him to be a laughing stock in front of his own people in the market. Villain decides to acquire the lost respect by getting back at the hero at the same place.
Director has done a decent job in bringing in elements that suit the genre of the movie. The treatment in narration still remains the same as many of the commercial movies but he has nurtured the lead actors very well in delivering out the good performance. The screenplay is simple and quite promising at times with plenty of loaded humour at equal intervals. Though the first half starts with a slow note, later it is progressed with interesting and engaging sequences and gathers the audience attention. The lead pairs Rajan and Tarushi have done a decent job executing romance and emotional scenes with a very good chemistry. Their body language and expressions felt very natural. Special mention for Chammak Chandra who portrayed the villain as he looks rugged and fit for the character.
On the technical front, V. Elayaraja has given an amazing cinematography which is amicably complemented by R Nirmal on the editing front. The stunts choreographed by the veteran Kanal Kannan and the background music scored by Siddharth Vipin brings out the best and most in Seyal.
Final Verdict: Seyal is a simple and watchable movie packed with stunning BGM and action.
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