With a storyline as old as Tamil Cinema, Vijay and Dharani have preached us Gandhigiri through their second outing Kuruvi.
Close your eyes to bad-close your eyes whenever Vijay starts fighting.
Shut your ears from the bad-shut your ears when Vijay starts speaking his punch dialogues.
Close your mouth from speaking bad-don't question the logic factor in the film.
If you take a lot of MGR movies mix it with Ranji's movies(mainly Sivaji) and Dharani's previous ventures and fill them in the narration style of Gilli, Eureka you get Kuruvi.
The story is about Vijay-a car racer[ who can travel from Triplicane to Sriperumbudur in 5 mins], in quest to get back the money that was due from Malaysia, finds about the secret behind his father's sudden disappearance and how he brings back his father after solving his problem as an one man army forms the rest of the story.
If one is able to forgive the flawed screenplay and fight sequences, Kuruvi is an entertaining film with fine narration in the 1st half. As the 2nd half dwells only with over the top action sequences, people who are not Vijay's fan will get irritated.
So what does the movie have for people who are not Vijay fans?
Great comedy by Vivek and Vijay, expressive bgm, catchy cinematography, fast narration and glamorous Trisha in 2 songs.
If you don't have much to do and are willing to leave your brain outside the cinema hall you might lap it up.
Verdict: 1 star.