After Thamirabarani, Vishal and Hari are back after six years with Poojai.
Produced by Vishal himself, the film has Shruthi Haasan as the lead lady. Sathyaraj, Raadhika Sarathkumar and Mukesh Tiwari play key roles.
Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the soundtrack and score for the film, while cinematography and editing were handled by Priyan and V T Vijayan, respectively.
Vasu (Vishal) is a money-lender in a market in Coimbatore. He comes across Divya (Sruthi Haasan) and its romance between them. One fine day, he saves a police officer (Sathyaraj) from contract killers. This lead to trouble for him.
Eventually he comes to know that Singanna (Mukesh) is the brain behind the attack on the police officer. They are also behind Vasu’s family. The rest all but typical hari film in which vasu set things right.
Vishal does a super show.Stunts comes naturally for him. he is bubbly all through. Sruthi has little to do, while radhika and Sathyaraj does well.
Yuvan Shankar’s songs are good while Priyan’s camera is awesome. Though the plot is familiar as like any hari film, the execution is amazing. The geographical areas are well used by Hari. Coimbatore is well-captured.
Poojai promises a plenty of action and Hari has not disappointed anyone.
Verdict: Vishal at his best