Arun Vijay’s Tamilrockerz Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Tamilrockerz Series Review: Arun Vijay is well-known to the Telugu audience because to his appearances in a number of films, including Saaho, Brucelee, and others. The Telugu version of his most recent film, “Yanai,” is titled “Enugu.” With the release of “Tamilrockerz” on Sony Liv’s over-the-top (OTT) platform on August 19, Arun Vijay has created a new project. Let’s evaluate this show’s quality to see if it’s worth subscribing to on Sony Liv.

Tamilrockerz Series Review

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Story

Aditya, a major star in the state, now has a film available on the Tamilrockerz website, and it cost a lot of money to make. After several preventative measures were implemented, the biggest movie was nonetheless released on these pirate websites, shocking the whole film business. The film studio has hired a private investigator to look into the leak allegations made against the website. The events that unfolded after that are what make up the rest of the story.

Cast & Crew

The film’s lead role goes to Arun Vijay, with Vani Bhojan, Ishwarya Menon, Azhagam Perumal, Vinodhini, G. Marimuthu, Tharun Kumar, Vinod Sagar, Sharath Ravi, Kaakamuttai Ramesh, Kakkamuttai Vignesh, and Ajit Joshy in supporting roles. The film was directed by Arivazhagan and produced by Aruna Guhan and Aparna Guhan Shyam. The film’s score was written by Vikas Badisa, and B Rajasekar was in charge of photography.

Series Name Tamilrockerz
Director Arivazhagan
Music Director Vikas Badisa
Producer Aruna Guhan, Aparna Guhan Shyam
Genre Crime, Action, Drama
Cast Arun Vijay, Vani Bhojan, Ishwarya Menon, Azhagam Perumal, Vinodhini, G.Marimuthu, Tharun Kumar, Vinod Sagar, Sharath Ravi, Kaakamuttai Ramesh, Kakkamuttai Vignesh, Ajit Joshy.
Cinematography B.Rajasekar

Verdict

The series presents a compelling case against illegal streaming sites that offer new releases in HD quality hours or days before their official release. The network supporting these infringement websites and the investigation to apprehend these criminals look incredibly exciting because the topic is so new to Indian cinema. While this subject has been touched on briefly in a few films, seeing a full series with this plot is something that quickly captures our interest and maintains it until the very last scene.

Arun Vijay turned up a good performance as the investigating officer looking into the movie pirates, but the role didn’t provide him much room to show his range. Vani Bhojan has a small role, but she does a great job in it. She’s not as well-known as Ishwarya Menon, but she holds her own. Azhagam Perumal, Vinodhini, G. Marimuthu, and others all played supporting or pivotal roles as required.

Tamilrockerz seems to be working properly from a technical standpoint. Background music by Vikas Badisa ups the stakes and provides the required intensity for the on-screen events. The film’s DI and B Rajasekar’s serviceable cinematography go well with the genre the filmmakers have chosen. The production values of this film are top notch and were not slashed in any way.

Like his earlier gripping flicks “Vaishali” and “Crime 23,” director Arivazhagan maintains a palpable sense of dread throughout each episode.

Taken as a whole, Tamilrockerz is a riveting crime thriller with a unique perspective that’s well worth your time.

Rating: 3.5/5

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