Rajini Murugan Movie Review
Cast: Sivakarthikeyan, Keerthy Suresh, Samuthirakani, Rajkiran, Soori
Music Composer: D. Imman
Editor: Vivek Harshan
Rajini Murugan, played by Sivakarthikeyan, is a happy-go-lucky chap. When he gets to know a beautiful girl named Karthika, played by Keerthy Suresh, is his childhood friend and that his father was once a close friend of Keerthy's father (friends turned foes), he decides to woo and marry her. Even as he manages to do that by setting up a tea stall right opposite to her house, the story takes a turn when his grandfather, played by Rajkiran, decides to pass on his patrimony to Sivakarthikeyan.
When everything seems to be on track regarding the heritage, Samuthirakani enters the scene claiming that he too, has an equal share in the property. What is the reason behind his claim? Does Sivakarthikeyan manages to claim his birthright? Answers to these questions forms the rest of the story.
Sivakarthikeyan is in his usual best with his flamboyant comic timing and charm in romance scenes. His tremendous improvement in dancing skills is evident in the songs. Soori as the friend of the hero gives what is required of him and the comedian has not disappointed us this time.
Keerthy Suresh looks pretty and earthy and impresses with the limited scope to perform. Rajkiran gives yet another impressive performance as a good-hearted old man. Samuthirakani gets another villain role whose prospects have been lifted by his acting skills.
D.Imman's songs and background theme song for the movie deserves a special mention. Balasubramaniem was handed the cinematography. Vivek Harshan's handled the editing for Rajini Murugan.