Bigil Movie Review Rating 3.3


In certain, Kollywood cinema had a format. In that category, Sports film has been included. A couple of movies “Natpe Thunai” and “Kanaa” are the sample, which were based on sports scripts. The director Atlee believed on Vijay’s performances and he had taken the sport drama. As the expectations of Vijay’s performing and “Bigil” would be the Deepavali festival new release, which made an eager towards the audience.

The team of girls rejects Vijay as their coacher, which recalls “Peranmai”. The rowdy man Vijay, how he became a ruffian in the film and how he changed as coacher, made a slight flour of “Kanaa” and other sports based films. Overall, the film Masala aroma of precious sports movies.

An old man Rayappan who is a raucous in the place of North Madras, Rayappan always motivates the younger generation about the football game. Even, he encourages his son Michael to play with the National level. Unfortunately, there were calamity approaches in Michael’s life to come out of the sport.

The guy Michael, who came out of his past life and leads a distinctive life. But, the situation makes him upside down. By the request of his friend Kathir, Bigil has taken the charge of his erstwhile work to lead a girl team for the victory in the Tamil Nadu Women’s Football.

Vijay massive entry attracts the audience, dialogues punches on each frame, romantic songs have been glittering the viewer’s eyes and emotional stage speeches continued on the screen, Nayanthara is the another plus point of the film, with her attractive appearance grabs the audience.


The music director AR Rahman musical attempt gear up the emotional situations and gives strength to the movie.
GK Vishnu’s framing techniques given the remarkable ascription towards the film. Eventually, the director Atlee safeguard the film mass actor with the concept of women’s empowerment.





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Directed by – Atlee

Music by – A. R. Rahman

Cinematography – G. K. Vishnu

Edited by – Ruben

Production Company – AGS Entertainment

Distributed by – Screen Scene Media Entertainment