Banner: GK Film Corporation
Starring: Vishal, Nayanthara
Director: A. Rajasekhar
Music Director: Harris Jayaraj
Producer: Vikram Krishna
Release Date: 14th Aug, 08
Vishal as honest courageous cop Sathya in Sathyam created grand welcome from his fans even before it was released.
Released under the banner of G.K. Film Corporation, produced by vishal’s brother Vikram Krishna with impressive direction from A.Rajashekar is a regular cop story.
Sathyam story begins with a political cold war between party members while the C.M falls ill. A politician (Kota Srinivasa Rao) assigns a criminal to terminate his rival party members who will be surprised to learn that those members were killed by someone else before him. A series of murders set the cops on investigation that reveals a shocking truth that the killer was an ex-cop.
Vishal, who faced problems from those criminals when he was young, becomes a cop through determination and perseverance. Thumps up to Vishal for his hard work in maintaining that amazing body of toned muscles. His exhibit of that six pack is an added appreciation.
Sathya (Vishal) determines to be honest with valor and discover that politicians are included in his venture of investigation. He finds himself in a confusing labyrinth and there is no looking back.
Nayanthara with dazzling look plays a video journalist but her comedy with her assistants
Fails to convey the real message. Not much scope for comedy though few scenes where Senthil as Paneerselvam (the character from Indian) and Brahmanandam (Telugu comedian from Mozhi) as his assistant bring some kind of comic relief.
Music is less promising and is a shock to know that it is done by Harris Jeyaraj.
On the whole Sathya’s (Vishal’s) action tale but the action gets unnecessary at times that drags the movie to unknown destination. Congrats to the effort by all the crew members and director for choosing the characters carefully.
The message of the movie is already told in many movies and there is nothing new except the hero and good camerawork with extended actions.