Nowadays, you realize what's in store from a film, featuring Santhanam in lead job. Actually, his demeanors, non-verbal communication and jokes have gotten so unsurprising throughout the years that you don't anticipate a lot, with the exception of some diverting minutes. After two or three okayish excursions, his most recent flick, Dagaalty, tests our understanding, because of endorsed characters and a barely captivating screenplay which has some peculiar minutes.
The story starts with Vijay Samrat (Tarun Arora), a Mumbai-based multi-very rich person, who concocts a progression of representations of an obscure young lady. He sends his cohorts from practically all pieces of the nation to discover the young lady in the artistic creation, for which he is prepared to dish out an astounding 10 crore. Bhai (Radha Ravi), a neighborhood goon, allots the assignment to Guru (Santhanam), a fraudster. He goes right to Thiruchendur from Mumbai looking for the young lady. In the wake of finding that she's Malli (Rittika Sen), a gullible and an eager producer, she takes her to Mumbai in the mask of helping her to turn into a chief in Bollywood and offers her to Samrat. Afterward, Guru laments about it and returns to Samrat's home to spare her with the assistance of his companion.
The successions of the film, from the beginning scene, show up so unbelievable that you barely interface with it. In spite of the fact that Santhanam conveys somebody liners (among which a couple scarcely works), his character is inadequately composed, while the female lead characterisation is horrible. Is anything but an embellishment to state that the character Malli is the mother of all loosu poonu jobs we went over in Kollywood, in the ongoing occasions. The rival played by Tarun Arora is a joke, no doubt. The far-extended satire arrangement, including Yogi Babu and Brahmanandam in the pre-peak divide, is simply okayish. The two tunes that show up are purposeless in this film loaded up with banalities. Excepting cinematography and science among Santhanam and Yogi Babu, Dagaalty is a tiring watch.