Eetti is an Tamil action film directed by Ravi Arasu and produced by S. Michael Rayappan and Vetrimaaran. The film features Atharvaa and Sri Divya in the lead roles, while G. V. Prakash Kumar composes the film's music.
Eetti is an Tamil action film directed by Ravi Arasu and produced by S. Michael Rayappan and Vetrimaaran. The film features Atharvaa and Sri Divya in the lead roles, while G. V. Prakash Kumar composes the film's music. less
“Eetti ends up as a decent commercial outing for the audiences this weekend.”
Atharvaa Murali's Eetti is not a game changing film in Tamil cinema but the film's director, Raviarasu hasn't discriminated the viewer's intelligence and has woven the film with a rare medical disorder along with well choreographed action sequences, which make this one as a decent entertainer.
After Murugadoss' Short Term Memory Loss(Ghajini) and Thiru's Narcolepsy (Naan Sigappu Manithan), Raviarasu has introduced yet another rare medical disorder, thrombesthenia through which the protagonist would die even if he gets a simple injury as the blood wouldn't clot and leads to heavy bleeding.
Using this new concept, the director has also explored the fake currency business gang and made his protagonist to fight against them, which eventually resulted in an interesting milieu. But the director has spoiled the fun with the so called comedy tracks and songs, which didn't fit in the narration.
Eetti clicks mainly because of its earnest hero, Atharvaa who has got his fit masculine look to justify the athlete character. The actor also pulls of the action and romantic portions with ease, if he chose right scripts, can go places!
Sri Divya doesn’t have big scope other than just being an adorable doll in the film. GV Prakash seems to have borrowed Hollywoood original scores for the background music while the songs are just adequate.
To conclude, you can definitely watch Eetti for its action sequences and the honest effort by its hero, Atharvaa but it’s not a classic!