Komban is a Studio Green production and Director Muthaiah has done a neat job on the screenplay, which is racy in most parts and direction is adept. Velraj’s lens capture the rural essence in every frame and Praveen KL’s editing is adequate, though there is still scope for reducing the long running time. Special kudos to the stunt master Dileep Subarayan for excellent action. Music director G.V.Prakash gives a good background score but is not In the best of form with the songs.
Komban is a rustic youth whose fists does most of the talking and violence is his way of life. He lives with his mother (Kovai Sarala) and is close to his uncle (Thambi Ramiah) and cousin brother (Karunaas). Komban meets and falls in love with Pazhani (Lakshmi Menon) who is the daughter of Muthaiah (Rajkiran) who is a man of peace and hates violence. He agrees to the marriage for the sake of his daughter and even goes on to live with the newlyweds. The father in law and son in law do not see eye to eye at first and just when they start reconciling, He crosses path with Kuttiappan (Super Subarayan) a ruthless local politician and his henchmen and this incident triggers a chain of violent incidents which culminate towards the climax. How Komban saves his wife and father in law from the deadly villain who vows to destroy them forms the rest of the story.
Directed by M. Muthaiah
Produced by K. E. Gnanavel Raja, S. R. Prakashbabu & S. R. Prabhu
Written by M. Muthaiah
Starring Karthi, Lakshmi Menon, Rajkiran
Music by G. V. Prakash Kumar
Edited by Praveen K. L.
Production Studio Green
Release dates 1 April 2015
Running time 136 minutes