An Indian doctor living in Europe comes back home to solve a healthcare threat that is looming over the country, and in the process,he unravels the mystery surrounding his father's death.
Release Date: 10 November 2017
Rating iMDB : 8.4/10
Times of India Rating : 3.5/5
‘Mersal’ is an all important film in Vijay’s career as his last outing ‘Bhairavaa’ failed at the box office and this is also an acid test for Atlee whether he can score a blockbuster hat-trick. The result is that the Thalapathi scores three times his mass and Atlee delivers once again.
Mersal starring Ilayathalapathy Vijay is the Diwali 2017 release and probably the biggest Tamil film this year and here is our Mersal movie review
Mersal has a decent first half with couple of good songs and superb BGM. Interval bang is interesting.Second half is story based, flashback may gets you bored, again the climax is Good. Its a minimum guarantee film in Tamil , range depends on how dragged sentiment scenes would be received by audience
Mersal has a larger than life plot, triple role moments that you find only films and some superficial scenes; but when you see Vijay in the middle of all these, it all the more easy for viewers to suspend disbelief and settle back for fun. Because when he is in action, you don’t think much about logic.
The film begins with the kidnapping of a few individuals and the arrest of Dr Maaran (Vijay), who, the investigating officer Rathnavel (Sathyaraj) believes is the mastermind. As he interrogates the doctor on why he let himself get captured, he learns that it is actually Vetri (Vijay) , a magician – and a look-alike of Maaran – who has committed these crimes