Sathya (Tamil)

Tamil
CrimeThriller
08 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 09 mins
72%
2,430 votes
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Sathya, an expert at playing cards, under certain circumstances, is on a lookout for a dancer, Rosy, whom he has to leave for Goa with. However, on their way, they are chased by a bunch of other men. Where is Sathya taking Rosy and will he be able to tackle the men chasing them?
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The story of Sathya revolves around its title character who is an IT professional, settled abroad. One fine day, he gets a call from his ex-girlfriend, Swetha, seeking his help. ...Read full review
Remaking an intense suspense thriller isn`t an easy job. Kshanam, a Tollywood film which released almost two years ago, was lauded for its neatly arranged intriguing sequences. When a Tamil version of the film was announced, with a different cast altogether, a faithful attempt, if not more, is what one obviously expected. ...Read full review
The last time a Sibiraj film got me really excited was when I saw the promos of Naaigal Jaakirathai, a buddy cop thriller with a dog in a titular role. I felt the same kind of excitement when I saw the promos of Sathya, more so because its the remake of last years critically-acclaimed Telugu indie hit Kshanam, and it looked as promising as the original. ...Read full review
The biggest advantage I had in watching Sibirajs Sathya, the remake of Kshanam, was that I was new to the film. However, after saying that, Sathya is a gripping tale that doesnt compromise on the narrative keeping you invested till the end. ...Read full review
Sathya is a well made thriller that moves at a rapid pace with twists and turns, and a lot of gripping moments. The film works largely due to its engaging screenplay by Karthick Krishna and neat packaging by director Pradeep, along with an amazing supporting cast, who not only look real but behave like the characters that they are meant to be. ...Read full review
Sathya is about an NRI techie who gets a call from Swetha (Remya Nambeesan), his ex-girlfriend, saying that her daughter Riya has been kidnapped forcing Sathya (Sibi) to return to India, only to be confused by all the uncertainty that clouds the case. As the story is told from Sathya`s perspective, the audience too is mired in doubts as each sequence progresses and there is no dearth of twists and turns in this thriller. ...Read full review

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