Four young buddies in the world of Koyambedu Market embark on their ambitious drive to make their lives bigger. There is Naidu (Madhu Sudhan) who helps them a lot in elevating their business, but envy takes over him, thereby letting an evil mind to emerge out and destroy these youngsters. Will these paisanos overcome these hurdles and prove their adeptness or get succumbed to the pits of downfall forms crux of the story.
Cinematographer Vijay Milton might have been left unnoticed with his debut directorial ‘Azhagai Irukkirai Bhayamai Irukiradhu’ that came way back in 2006. It was a sweet melodic love story and now with this flick, he charters us for a different ride, the show of rugged and rustic entertainment. Last time, we saw these kids in ‘Pasanga’ was indeed a pretty decorous entertainment… They insisted us to come back and watch them incessantly. The desi ‘Grown Ups’ (not assume this or correlate with Adam Sandler) have a different call. Yes, they romance and perform some stunts throttling the baddies.
Vijay Milton deserves extolments, precisely for his faultless writing. There are no dull moments in the screenplay and that comes as a package with crisp duration. Not to forget the young gal coming up with the girl psychology lessons and Vijay Milton could have avoided including such lines – Azhagaana Ponnunga Kooda eppovumae Attu Ponnunga iruppaanga. Why wriggle the face of audience with such thoughts? Or else the film is perfect with the songs proving to be the additional show stealer. But what stands above all is the background score adds more intensity to the cinematography and screenplay of Vijay Milton.
The powerful performance of actors and racy screenplay makes ‘Goli Soda’, a pack of complete entertainment.
Verdict: Watch it if you’re in need of entertainment