|Music||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
|Photographer||George C Williams|
Vishal is an honest army officer, who holds an important position within the ranks. However, he never fails to attract negative feedbacks on his behaviour as he in an impulse always reacts with anger during a difficult situation. His temperament soon gets out of hand, and Vishal's senior suggest him to undergo a therapy to control his anger.
Vishal as directed seeks out help from Samantha, a famous psychiatrist. After a few visits, he learns to control his emotions better and also opens up about his family more to Samantha. He says, that it has been years since he had cut ties with his father and sister once his mother passed away, as he never liked or respected him due to his lying nature.
Samantha then urges him to visit them stating that it would help him to become a better person. After a few emotional efforts he successfully reconnects with them. In the meantime, Vishal soon encounters a speed bumb, when he has to spend ten lakhs for his sister's marriage. His attempts at getting his personal loan sanctioned fails due to his reputation within the army.
Out of desperation, with the help of a broker, Vishal later resorts to illegal methods of acquiring a loan. However, his money is cleverly looted, and he gets stuck in an unfortunate situation where he is unable to lodge an official complaint. After conducting a relentless research he finds out that Arjun is the mastermind behind all this. The rest of the plot revolves around how Vishal confronts Arjun and shed light internet crime.
After witnessing Vishal under a different spotlight in Thupparivaalan. The actor has now slipped back to his comfort zone, that is an commercial/action film. He has done a dedicated job and has pulled of his character well. Must mention, his action sequences with the 'Action King' Arjun is on point.
Versatile actor Arjun Sarja plays a stylish and ruthless baddie. Also, his performance is one point. Samantha who has a small yet prominent role to be play, has done a decent job too. Other supporting casts like Kaali Venkat, Robo Shankar and Vincent Ashokan have done justice in playing their parts neatly.
Debutant PS Mithran has done a decent job at addressing the topic of digital crime. He takes his time to establish his character's prominence in the film. The first half of the movie is filled with emotional values, the other half is packed with a racy screenplay. However, at times it does feel draggy.
Yuvan Shankar Raja scintillating backgroubnd scores are on point, while George C Williams's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot well.
In short, Irumbu Thirai is an all out action film.