Cobra is an action thriller film directed by R. Ajay Gnanamuthu and starring Chiyan Vikram. Math teacher/Madhi killer (Vikram) uses his income to support orphans and charitable housing. He was born with a hereditary talent and experienced a harsh upbringing, which inevitably led to certain psychological problems. Madi must decide whether to accept or reject the Bhavana character’s romantic interest in Srinidhi Shetty’s character, while simultaneously dealing with an Interpol agent hot on his tail. His boss, who has taken advantage of genius missions all this time, is also turning against him.
Cobra is the kind of cliched and overstated action artist produced in a vintage style, full of scenes that meet the image of its actor, teenage memories of the main character that are too much and energy draining. from the rest of the work. Specifically in love romances, the conversation is forced and empty. A lot of material is stacked in the second half for the sake of description while little happens in the first half. There are many logical flaws, and the justification given for the brothers’ mortal hostility is not at all convincing.
There is no doubt that Cobra is all about one man – Vikram – and his passion for characters enables him to indulge his love of makeup, no matter what happens to the variety of characters or story lines in the film. It makes sense why the actor was so excited about this movie as it featured Vikram from start to finish.
Ajay injects this movie with a fair amount of original, cool, and daring concepts, even if it’s not always executed perfectly. If you’re a fan of Vikram, you know that an actor’s career is often characterized by two identities, an intellectual foundation, and an emotional touch. It works for him most of the time. Unfortunately, Cobra does not impress us this time. Of course, the music itself is one of the main advantages of the film. AR Rahman Nima movie score. Both songs and background music are excellent. However, sometimes music dominates the narration.
The film was over three hours running when it was first released. On the second day after its release, the runtime was shortened by 20 minutes as a result of audience feedback. The cobra oscillates between being entertaining and a potential improvement. I’m not sure if I liked it or not, but I wouldn’t mind watching it again – at least for Vikram, who is undoubtedly an excellent performer and deserves all the credit. I am sure you will too if you are a fan of Vikram. If not, that makes for a good one-time movie to watch.
Cast: Vikram, Irrfan Pathan, Srinidhi Shetty
Director: R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Electronic value: 6