Sundeep Kishan has been picking up some author-backed roles. Although his films might have failed to rake in commercial successes, his performance has been getting him applause. Straddling across Telugu and Tamil films, Sundeep comes up with a Telugu-Tamil bilingual C/o Surya (called as Nenjil Thunivirunthal in Tamil).
Writer-director Suseenthiran has written a solid crime thriller that is laced with friendship, love and family drama. The film did appeal to youth. Check out what worked & what didn’t work in Care of Surya.
Surya (Sundeep Kishan) is a happy-go-lucky guy who works in a catering firm. His close friend Mahesh. Both are best friends. Mahesh and Surya’s sister both love each other which Surya & his family are not aware of.
Surya, Mahesh and Surya’s sister are in big trouble from a crooked goon Samba alias Sambasivudu (Harish Uthaman). Samba hatches a master-plan to eliminate both Mahesh, Surya’s sister and want to cook up it as lovers’ suicide since the family doesn’t approve it.
Who are all behind? Who has paid Samba? How Surya gets involved?
As usual, Sundeep comes out with flying colours. Sundeep and Hairsh Uthaman who play the protagonist, antagonist in the film respectively, are two big strengths for the film. The guy who acted as Sundeep’s friend Mahesh has done a great job too. He does it naturally. Sundeep’s sister is okay.
Friends Sathya and others too did a decent job. Mehreen hardly has a role in the film. Yet she shines in her brief role.
Imman’s Background Score
Suseenthiran has once again attempted to explore dark shade in the society. This time he has targeted how parents these days are stooping down to such low for medical seats to their children.
A solid crime saga has been weaved around this in an engaging way. The film deals with aspects like love, friendship and family. Friendship takes front seat though. That makes Care of Surya connect to youth of present age.
The suspense factor has been maintained till the pre-climax very well. Once it is revealed, the film heads towards the end. Climax appears to be extended, elaborated. Barring few lags, the film makes for a good watch.
Care of Surya is a solid crime thriller with interesting-enough twists. The film largely appeals to youth. It’s a good watch for families and dates as well.