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Cobra Movie Review: Unique Concept with Terrific Direction

Cobra deserves to be praised because it gives Actor Vikram his most ambitious film in recent years, and the star has so much fun playing a role that doesn’t scream hero. For the most part of the film, it’s a character that demands a restrained performance and it’s something that comes naturally to him. The reason why you want to find fault with the film is because of its needlessly stretched run-time, which gets quite tiresome after a point.

Cobra Movie Storyline

A series of assassinations of some of the top leaders of the world has given sleepless nights to Turkish Interpol officer, Aslan (Irfan Pathan). With the help of a criminology student from Chennai, Aslan finds out that a criminal named Cobra is responsible for all the assassinations, but his identity remains a mystery. Aslan travels to Chennai to work with the local police to nab the killer.

Mathiazhagan (Vikram) is a genius mathematician who lives the life of a recluse. Aslan’s investigation reveals that Cobra could also be a mathematics genius and suddenly all the clues point fingers toward Mathi, who gets involved in the case. Is Mathi really Cobra?

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Cobra Casting

Director: R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Writers: R. Ajay Gnanamuthu(Writer), Kannan(dialogue writer), Sekar Neelan(dialogue writer)
Stars: Vikram, Irfan Pathan, Srinidhi Shetty.
Music by: A.R. Rahman
Stunts: Dhilip Subbarayan

Cobra Movie Review

It has the scope for Acting and gives him to sport different looks (like Kamal Haasan in Dasavatharam), and the actor, who puts up a committed and earnest performance, does have fun playing this role, especially in an Interrogation scene that appears in the second half. To his credit, after a rather shaky start, Ajay Gnanamuthu manages to get us invested in Mathiazhagan, especially from the moment we get to know of his psychological issues.

A Unique Concept with Terrific Direction, Climax & Production Designing Vikram gave Award Worthy Performance in 20 getups.He Stole the Show all the way Irfan Pathan Good to see you An engaging film with twists & turns and blockbusters. Those scenes between Srinidhi Shetty & Chiyaan Vikram are shot well with good cinematography & perfect soundtrack.

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