Asuraguru is the most recent to join the rundown of heist spine thrillers in Kollywood. Be that as it may, the film comes up short on the necessary components one anticipates from motion pictures which have a place with the class.
Shakti (Vikram Prabhu) is an educated hoodlum and his ordinary exercises keep cops at their toes. Manickavasagam (Subbaraju), a senior cop, takes up the cases including Shakti. In the interim, Jamaludheen (Nagineedu), a famous lawbreaker, moves toward an analyst office to follow immense measure of cash he lost in a theft. The office doles out the case to Diya (Mahima Nambiar), who is connected to Shakti through a shared companion. How Shakti and Jamaludheen are grabbed by cops shapes the remainder of the story.
Shockingly, the absence of a drawing in screenplay and less than impressive creation are apparent following a couple of moments into the film. There are a few scenes which need conviction and drawing in exhibitions. The rationale goes for a hurl in various scenes and we lose enthusiasm for the procedures practically part of the way through the film. The female lead, tried by Mahima Nambiar, shows guarantee to start with, however is let down as time advances. Yogi Babu's customary tricks, as well, don't support the film. The backstory for the hero's fixation on cash is ridiculous, most definitely.