Despite agreeing with this relationship, Keerthy's father questions the relationship between Simha and his sister-in-law which enrages him. So he sets out to find a husband for Bhanu to set things straight. This is when he ends up getting into trouble as he gets pulled into an underworld group. How does he solve it and if he gets the lives of those who count on him forms the crux of Paambhu Sattai.
Right from start till the end, Bobby Simha has shined with his unique acting. Be it the action scenes or the romantic sequences, he excels it with a pinch of naughtiness. Keerthy Suresh has once again delivered a good performance. Her love portions, especially the scenes where she encourages Simha are pleasing to watch.
As the lead villain, K. Rajan has done a splendid job. With his mannerisms and dialogue delivery, he threatens the lead as well as the audience with his powerful acting. Guru Somasundaram of Joker fame has also got another well written character that he pulls off with ease. Charlie and Motta Rajendran's supporting roles are so good that they'll surely make a mark with the audience.
Director Adam Dasan's screenplay is praise worthy. Those who do evil will pay for it and no matter how poor someone is, he'll not do anything wrong are the two messages the director has stressed with this flick. His dialogues too are great. Music and cinematography by Ajesh Ashok and KG Venkatesh add value to the film.
Overall Paambhu Sattai is a 'tailor-made' flick with a hard-hitting story