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MANKATHA Review: Ajith dazzles in the anti-hero flick
The film has everything that Ajith fans would want and some more
Every actor would love to do an anti-hero role at least once in their career. From Rajinikanth to Silambarasan, there are no exceptions to this craving. Mankatha is Ajith’s 50th film and the actor unleashed his charm doing a baddie in Vaali repeats the act. Director Venkat Prabhu, known for doing light-hearted films, takes up an action-packed thriller in the company of the mass hero. If cricket was the basic crux of Venkat Prabhu’s Chennai 28 (his debut film as a director), Mankatha is also based on the willow game, albeit with a difference. The spotlight here is not on the field but on betting, money and the men behind it. Click here to read more
‘Mankatha’ roars in the UK, Malaysia, Singapore
The Ajith starrer has been received very well abroad. Will it break the record set by Rajinikanth in Robot and Salman Khan in Bodyguard?
Thala Ajith’s 50th film Mankatha has received rave reviews and it has translated into good collections at the box office, not only in India, but also in the UK, Malaysia and Singapore. The actor has been highly appreciated for his first-time negative role in a major film, and his fans are delighted to see him in a new avatar. If reports are to be believed, Mankatha has broken all opening day records and falls behind only Rajinikanth’s Robot. Click here to read more