Jilla starring Vijay, Kajal Aggarwal, Mohallal has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Shakti (Vijay) is the son of shivayya’s (Mohanlal) car driver who died of rescuing him. Sivayya is a cruel local don in Vijayawada, and he acts good for good and bad for bad. Sivayya wants to make Shakti as a police officer to continue his illegal activities. Unwillingly, Shakti takes this path and he becomes a sincere police officer. Shakti requests Sivayya to stop his criminal activities, now differences arise between them. What happens next? Watch the film to know rest of the story.
Mohanlal is perfect in his role and delivered outstanding performance and it’s a treat to watch him on the screen. Vijay is terrific, appreciated for his performance in action, emotion, comedy and dance, and his scenes with Mohanlal are fantastic. Kajal plays cop role and delivered decent performance. The other artists Soori, Poornima, Mahat Raghavendra and Niveda are good at their respective roles.
The production values of the film are rich and impressive. Direction by NT Neason is excellent, and the screenplay is gripping. Cinematography by Ganesh Rajavelu is fantastic and he did a great job in capturing beautiful scenes. Music is okay but the background score is impressive. Editing is just okay, and the dialogues are fine.
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