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Tamil, Telugu
31 May, 2019
2 hrs 28 mins
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Nandha Gopalan Kumaran (NGK), a charismatic young man, embarks on a political journey that brings about an unprecedented socio-political revolution. Directed by ace filmmaker K. Selvaraghavan, NGK stars Suriya Sivakumar in the titular role.
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Verdict: Suriya shines bright in this astute political thriller. Maverick director Selvaraghavan, famous for his cult classics like Pudhupettai, 7G Rainbow Colony, and Aayirathil Oruvan is back after a brief hiatus with a political thriller titled NGK aka Nanda Gopala Krishnan, starring Suriya in the lead role. Sai Pallavi and Rakul Preet Singh are the leading ladies while Devraj plays a pivotal r... ...Read full review
Works to some extent, elevated by Suriyas performance. ...Read full review
Suriya gets his own moments to shine and he does that quite effortlessly. ...Read full review
NGK becomes a usual political drama but is watchable for Suriya`s performance. ...Read full review
The movie starts off on an interesting note and the first half is extremely engaging. The interval bang will impress the audience. The director has maintained the same pace of narration in the second half as well and it does not elevate the key hook points. ...Read full review
The trouble with the narrative is that it is neither a Suriya entertainer nor a Selvaraghavan film. NGK ends up becoming a compromise film which is neither massy nor classy. ...Read full review
The film seems like it has been hastily dragged to meet the end after the interval. The writing that seemed to perfect in the first half seems lazier as the story progresses. Suriyas monologue in the end seems rather forced than emotional. However, the actor stands out completely through most of the film. ...Read full review
Despite all the hype, Suriya starrer NGK fails as a political thriller. NGK could have been darker but it not. Also, the film lacks cohesiveness and it is evident in its writing. ...Read full review
Hurried transformations, a dispensable romantic triangle, convenient growth, insufficient foray into his psyche ...Read full review