Indrajith movie review: This Gautham Karthik film doesn’t even try to keep the viewer engaged

There is an air of innocence that Gautham Karthik has that increases his charm on-screen. The most crucial part is that it is not even integral to the story. In line with Kollywood’s aspiration to ‘package’ stories with everything, Indrajith dabs into everything: action, humour, love, special effects. For everything is too easy for the eponymous Indrajith. Roles like these make me thankful for films like Aramm or Magalir Mattum, irrespective of how good or bad they are; they are a small reminder to posterity that women had a role beyond being the ‘love interest’ of some man. A full-fledged sequence plays out on how she takes revenge and leaves him in his boxers. But I really hope the young actor chooses better scripts. 2017-11-25T07:35:11+00:00″>
Updated: November 25, 2017 7:35 am

Indrajith movie review: ndrajith is essentially about an archaeological mission to find a stone with medicinal powers. The hero managing to catch a foothold and climbing back up unscathed is pushing the viewer’s tolerance too far. Indrajith is essentially about an archaeological mission to find a stone with medicinal powers; so potent that it can cure a snake bite as well as a gun wound. I was sitting in the theater, dreading whether this ‘cute’ exchange would lead to a love story. Indrajith is an example of a lazily produced movie that doesn’t even try to keep the viewer engaged. Related News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Here, he can climb hills with ease, use jungle vines as a mode of transportation with such elan that Tarzan can take lessons. When the duo meet again, we learn the girl is a doctor and by Tamil film conventions we know there is an injection involved that can’t be administered in the hand. And also, when a badly re-created VFX dog (for the most part) gets more screen space than the heroines together, you can imagine. The ‘twist’ at the end was a massive ‘What the hell’ moment, there is no surprise. Watch videoIndrajith movie cast: Gautham Karthik, Ashrita Shetty, Sonarika Bhadoria, Sudanshu Pandey, Pratap Pothan
Indrajith movie director: Kalaprabhu
Indrajith movie rating: 1.5 stars
The only consolation I could derive from watching Indrajith is about a romance angle that wasn’t fleshed out. Indrajith (Gautham Karthik) spies on the girl-next-door when she is about to change. However, the problem is that these parts don’t work even in isolation, let alone as a package.