Boomerang has an apathetic start before it begins off to build up itself. Despite the fact that the rule of the film is intriguing it requires very some creative investment to be paid attention to. You have a ton of scenes telling the watcher how adorable Atharva looks, and genuinely more excellent than Megha. The first and the second half are two distinct films out and out.
The second half is set in the typical Tamil film format. Tamil film reprobates are diverse nowadays. They are NEET, GST, Corporate, Government, etc. In spite of the fact that the film takes up an imperative issue, however, then it neglects to deal with it well with some common screenplay.
Atharva is sure and sincere yet there is something more than he can convey to the screen. Megha Akash has little to do with the legend being spoiled as the Beautiful one. Indujha has an increasingly genuine job while Upen Patel arrives behind schedule and neglects to inspire. RJ Balaji isn’t extraordinary. Goodness yes you have Sathish with his irritating jokes.
Prasanna Kumar conveys fair casings on screen. Radhan’s background score is normal while songs are nice. Edits by Selva is sufficient and discoursed pretty much sensible .R.Kannan produces this movie that is composed and directed by him.
BOOMERANG, unexpectedly ought to have taken the banality course thinking about its fascinating reason however then attempts to appear as something else and that boomerangs.
My Rating 2.5 / 5