Richie Movie Review: Tamil’s classic Action-Crime drama

Richie Movie Review: Tamil’s classic Action-Crime drama

Richie Tamil’s classic action crime drama has so much to blow up your mind. Richie movie is full packed action story which is directed by brilliant Gautham Ramachandran and written by Rakshit Shetty. However, it is the remake of Kannada film Ulidavaru Kandanthe but has more interesting scenes and action. The versatile actors are the pillars of the movie. The amazing performance of the stars has added up more entertainment and action twists. It features Nivin Pauly, Natarajan Subramaniam, Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli and Shraddha Srinath in the lead roles. Also, the Richie movie marks the debut of actor Nivin Pauly.

Richie Review: The plot of the movie revolves around the folks of Manapad town. Richie movie starts with the shot of ongoing preparations in the Manapad town for Christmas which is one of the biggest festival of the year. Also, the town has tradition to participate in the procession that led by the village’s oldest church father and villagers seek blessings from him. The twist in the movie begins while celebration when one of the villagers accidentally discovers an old treasure that opens a path of destruction. The real story of the Richie movie comes up in the second plot when the discovery of the treasure enters into the real world of the story.

Richie is a local thug, boat mechanic, Selva who is struggling to get recover from the loss of his friend and Megha. The screenplay and the cinematography of the movie are appreciable. The way action shots depict the story is just perfect; also, the performance of the stars promises a lot of entertainment for the fans. The Richie movie is the best mixture of the action, crime and drama. The performance of the actor Nivin Pauly will surely make the audience crazy; also, the movie assures power-packed action, entertainment and drama throughout the end.

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