Cast: Atharvaa, Jayaprakash, Naren, RNR Manohar, Sri Divya
Direction: Ravi Arasu
Rating : 2.75 / 5.0
Sports based films are a rarity in Tamil cinema and there are just a handful of films which fall in this space. Eetti is the newest addition to this lot, but it isn’t a full fledged sports flick.
There is an interesting medical element added on, along with the other regular commercial cinema elements such as romance, songs, comedy, family sentiment and action with a group of gangsters.
Atharvaa gets a proper commercial vehicle and he uses this chance to deliver the goods convincingly as an ace athlete and a 6-pack sporting action hero.
The action scenes preceding the interval block and the climax have worked out well, thanks to the action choreographer Rajasekar and also Atharvaa’s agility and prowess at stunts.
Sridivya looks very cute and graceful, and her combination scenes with Atharvaa are interesting as we have a role reversal of sorts with the heroine topping up the hero’s mobile regularly, contrary to the unwritten rule of men recharging their girlfriends’ mobiles
go watch Eetti, which is a decent entertainer with its fair share of merits and a few drawbacks.