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Bairavaa : A kind-hearted bank officer decides to step in when an unscrupulous businessman tries to stop a college student from revealing the truth about his immoral activities.

It is an action-thriller, which revolves around an ordinary man who takes up his girlfriend’s fight for the justice against unscrupulous, depraved man who had created a Multi Million Dollar business by deceiving ambitious Medical students and their parents.

Let me start by saying that I’m getting very much used to the same type of climax which is a common thing in Vijay movies now (Thupakki being an exception to some extent). There is not much role in the movie for heroine. Same old story, Hero mass entry, entry song, villain enters, romance, fight, again song, again fight and finally hero kills villain or transforms him. Nothing really much in the movie for anyone apart from hardcore Vijay fans. First half is a little better compared to the second half which becomes very predictable. Music is good at times but boring for most parts. All in all I would strongly advice anyone from wasting their money on this movie unless you are a die-hard Vijay fanatic. The fact that this movie is being replaced in many of the cinema screens across the city with movies like Dhruvangal Pathinaaru which had released earlier than this movie due to the demand of good stories among the Tamil audience.