Created by the Tamil star Dhanush and his generation house Wunderbar Films, its Indian bow at the Mumbai Film Festival played to eager gatherings of people, despite the fact that it’s much a greater amount of a workmanship film than a customary actioner. It won the Amnesty International Italia Award in Venice.
On the off chance that the story were constrained to the cruel abuse of four splendidly honest young men from Tamil Nadu, who have “moved” marginally north to look for some kind of employment in Andhra Pradesh, it would have lost quite a bit of its energy. Rather Maaran and Kumar extend the repulsiveness to incorporate the more elite classes in the police and government, who additionally require substitutes to cover their wrongdoings. This mirror plot turns into a perpetually debilitating nighttime thriller, and takes the film much more extensive as far as potential group of onlookers.