Indrajith Review: After an adult’s only film by Gautham Karthik, here it is the fifth film on November 24th Friday. Kalaipuli S. Thanu’s son KalaaPrabhu’s directional film is now on screen who had a fame from Sakkarakatti. Ashrita Shetty and Sonarika Bhadoria performed in the female lead in this film.
Recently, the director of this film clarified that is this copy of Uncharted Game through Behindwoods. This is the action-adventure which made by the Cinematographer Rasamathi, editor V. T. Vijayan and S. R. Ganesh Babu. The teaser of this film was released in April 2016 and it got the censor certificate on this September. Finally, got released now.
Indrajith Story Plot: A archaeology professor’s life and his thoughts are the core of this film. He believes that every issue which comes from the outside has to find its solution. In general, he is basically risk-taker and who in search of a treasure in the Kerala Forest. The story is that how he will find the treasure forms is the main theme of this movie.
So, this film carries many CG’s and beautiful shots of the local forest. The film was shot in parts of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa, Hyder, bad and Shillong. The trailer which released last week as it showcasing the spectacular visuals of rushing rapids, lush landscape, and deep ravines with action stunts. So, it creates great expectations for Gautham Karthik’s fans and adventure movie lovers.
The director said in a recent interview that “It is an adventurous fantasy film based on a treasure hunt. Gautham plays Indrajith, an assistant to an archaeology professor and he travels to the forests of Kerala in search of a treasure, which is definitely not gold or any valuable stone. It’s going to be a surprise.”
Indrajith Review, Rating: 3/5
From Audience (Social Media): Manobala Vijayabalan said that “Sachin Khedekar & Sudhanshu Pandey added good support the movie. Sonarika Bhadoria & Ashrita Shetty played their parts well. Great music by @kponthekeys. @theVcreations. Career-best performance from Gautham Karthik. Pulled off the action sequences with ease. Scenes between him and the dog ‘happy’ came out well. 100% dedication.”