FIR 2022 Tamil Movie
FIR is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language crime thriller film written and directed by Manu Anand and produced by Shubhra and Aryan Ramesh under the banner of VV Studioz
|Directed by||Manu Anand|
|Written by||Manu Anand|
Divyanka Anand Shankar
|Story by||Manu Anand|
|Produced by||Vishnu Vishal|
Gautham Vasudev Menon
Reba Monica John
|Edited by||Prasanna GK|
|Distributed by||Red Giant Movies|
|Box office||est.₹12 crore|
FIR Movie Cast Name
- Vishnu Vishal as Irfan Ahmed / Faizal Ibrahim Raiz
- Manjima Mohan as Prathana
- Gautham Vasudev Menon as Ajay Devan
- Reba Monica John as Archana
- Parvathi T. as Praveena Begum
- Gaurav Narayanan as Suraj
- Raiza Wilson as Anisha Qureshi
- Ram C as Karthikeyan
- Abishek Joseph George as Riyaz
- Jayaditya Kang as Ajay Dewan's son
- Balaganesh as body guard
- BCS Chandru as Aravind Guruswamy
- Praveen Muthurangan as Gunashekar Kolliyapan
FIR Movie Review
Vishnu Vishal is one of a handful of the Tamil entertainers who has made a profession out of undermining business generalizations and picking cunning contents. Vishnu Vishal's tryst with content-driven scripts has demonstrated more effective than his business films - - from Neerparavai to the blockbuster Ratsasan. FIR, his most recent delivery, tries to be an expansion to the rundown. He plays Irfan Ahmed, a striving substance engineer move on from IIT Madras, who gets 'outlined' as a psychological militant. However, would he say he is one?
Surprisingly, FIR undermines a great deal of generalizations. The account acquaints Irfan with us with a tune, which shows his life is past his strict character. It doesn't exoticise him or his mom. The female characters have direction, office, and conclusions. Indeed, even the sentiment between Archana (Reba Monica John) and Irfan has a strong and beautiful bend. Also it raises a few important focuses. In a passionate second, Irfan discusses the steady profiling he faces as a Muslim. His every activity and word is seen under a focal point and places a question mark over his trustworthiness. It isn't simply Irfan. NIA official Anisha Qureshi takes a chance with her life to re-catch Irfan, who escapes from her authority as the need might arise. Why? As she says, "The denounced has gotten away from Anisha Qureshi and not Gunasekaran." She realizes that her trustworthiness will be addressed on the off chance that she doesn't exceed everyone's expectations to demonstrate her enthusiasm.
Outwardly, FIR looks perfect. During cross examination, Irfan is hung by his legs. The water on the floor makes a reflection and the camera catches both Irfans - - the genuine and the deception. The shot goes about as a representation for the focal inquiry of the film - - who is Irfan? The viability of the FIR depends on supporting this guile. This is hard to accomplish, particularly in Tamil film, where we have been prepared to pull for the legend genuinely. In this way, at some point or another, we realize the hero will turn into a legend. In any case, FIR figures out how to make us question the consecrated legend. Most characters have been projected contrary to what would be expected, and this unexpected component for the most part works - - particularly with Reba and Raiza. Indeed, even the last wind is really smart.
In any case, how these thoughts are introduced and executed turns into an issue. We realize every scene is intended to pass account data on to the crowd. Be that as it may, it's anything but an indication of good composing when it seems like a PowerPoint show. While trying to simplify the film', 'FIR over-clarifies. What's more now and again on non-issues. Is it truly important to disclose what reconnaissance is to a NIA official? Or then again is it important to clarify why a few fear based oppressors utilize poisonous gases rather than bombs? It seems like the discoursed were composed not to be genuinely conceivable, however to dump data. In the midst of this, FIR misses justifying a portion of the greater or more essential plot advancements. For instance, for what reason is a fear monger association totally non-plussed about being faulted for an assault they didn't organize?
FIR has its heart perfectly positioned. What's more the inquiries it pose are unquestionably appropriate. Irfan starts to fight back just when he is compelled to the corner. Also when he says that he is finished confiding in the framework and its legal executive - - the inclination strikes a chord. All things considered, we live in tragic times where minorities are reliably driven away from the entryways of equity. Yet, well meaning goals don't continuously make for great film.