|Director||Hafiz M Ismail|
|Music||Anoop Rockwell, Denniz Joseph, Gayoz Johnson|
|Photographer||Hafiz M Ismail|
Set in a rural area around Theni, Hafiz Ismail is a ruthless don who is capable of committing any kind of crime for money. Meanwhile, Charles is a wannabe criminal as he believes that since he has gone to the jail at a young age under a drug dealing case because of his elder brother.
Charles on day meets Theertha, and immediately falls in love with her, he relentlessly pursues her and successfully woos her. She in return kept urging him to change his lifestyle and to become more responsible. As he tries to bring his life on track, he faces an intense challenge in the form of Hafiz's brother, who lusts behind Theertha. Once Charles, while quarreling with the don's brother accidentally ends up killing him. The rest of the plot revolves around Hafiz's vow to take revenge on Charles, and how he escapes the clutches of the don.
Hafiz Ismail, is the director of the film, and has also opted to play the baddie in the movie, and he has performed really well. Charles Arun, who plays the role of a downright villager, who roams around aimlessly, has performed well too. Theertha has been portrayed as a lively rural girl, who has done a good job.
Director Hafiz, has attempted to make a film which revolves around anger, love and revenge, but has failed to keep the viewers hooked to the story. He could have made this movie interesting, if he had focused more on direction, instead of playing the role of an actor and a cinematographer. On that note, his cinematography skills come to for and he has shot well. Music has been composed by Anoop Rockwell, and his background score and songs are bearable.
In short, Kombay, is okay.