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Uru

Tamil
DramaThriller
16 Jun, 2017
1 hrs 36 mins
65%
733 votes
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SYNOPSIS
A writer, whose writing is considered outdated due to the changing writing trends, leaves for Megamalai in search of solitude and wanting to write a new book. Upon arriving at Megamalai, a string of unfortunate events take place around him. Little does he know that it's not only his life that he's endangering.
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Jeevan (Kalaiyarasan), who once was a successful fiction writer, is not in form anymore. He is quite distressed about the fact that his publisher, of late, has been rejecting his ideas. He finds solace in cigarette packs, and his wife Jennie (Sai Dhanshika) is worried over his situation and their future as a couple. One fine day, an idea strikes him that of a bad guy who eventually becomes a hero. Jeevan pitches the idea to his publisher, and the latter asks him to develop the plot. ...Read full review
Uru is an appreciably different horror thriller with good performances, music and camera. It would have been much better if the film had enough interesting elements to keep the audience engaged throughout. ...Read full review
But the genre thrills are solid. Uru runs a lean 100 minutes, and there are no songs breaking the story. The director hat-tips Tarantino in another way as well: the violence is brutal. In most Tamil films, we smell the fake blood from a mile away, but Kalaiyarasan and Sai Dhanshika, here, really seem to be in danger. The latter, especially, gives a fine physical performance. Jenny is smart, sensible - its been a while since we saw a heroine so strong. Like the movie, shes different. ...Read full review
Jeevan (Kalaiyarasan), once a popular writer is now struggling to make ends meet. His publisher urges him to write something quirky and which will go well with modern day readers - something like say a thriller or an anti-hero. Though his wife Jennie (Sai Dhanshika) was very supportive initially, she loses confidence in his writing and urges him to take up a job. ...Read full review

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