Average Critics Rating: 3
Cast: Vijay Antony, Diana Champika
Director: G. Srinivasan
Producers: Radikaa Sarathkumar, Fatima Vijay Antony
Music: Vijay Antony
Indrasena is about twin brothers of contrast nature. Indrasena is sentenced to jail for seven years in a murder case. His brother Rudrasena who is good eventually turns a goon. By the time Indrasena is released from prison, Rudrasena is deeply into criminal world and their family is in misery. What made him take bad track? What will Indrasena do to save his brother and family?
The film is a family drama with mass appeal. It is high on emotional quotient. Screenplay has its highs and lows. Complicated narration with subplots hinders the actual story. First half appears slow paced and dragged. Interesting interval twist adds some pep to the movie. However, second half goes wayward with some unnecessary scenes. Brother sentiment and melodrama too is over the board and not so impressive. Songs are another mess in this film.
Vijay Antony gives a decent performance showcasing variation in two roles. Diana Champika has good screen presence but needs to improve in emoting. Other roles are ignorable.
Though director chose an interesting concept, he failed to execute it. Lackluster narration and amateur direction played spoilsport with Indrasena. Background music is good, tunes are okay but lyrics are terrible. Dialogues and lip sync makes it hard to sit through. Cinematography is good.
Bottom-line: Indrasena is a mass film with brother sentiment.
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