We grew up listening to childhood stories, involving superheroes. No different is this 'Mugamoodi'. Director Mysskin has attempted to narrate the tale of a bravado in a different style.
In a nutshell, 'Mugamoodi' is like a 'Batman' or a 'Superman' of the West, meeting the action films of the East. The premise is local, but the flavor is different. The movie begins on a slow note setting up the story. The whole story is woven around an ordinary callous youth, who loves kung fu legend Bruce Lee and loves to call himself as Lee. What happens when he combines the powers of a superhero and his kung fu knowledge against a gang of baddies, forms the rest of the plot.
Jiiva, fits the bill while the surprise element is Narain, playing the baddie. Pooja Hegde plays the heroine while Nasser and Selvaah leave their impressions in a pivotal roles. Lee (Jiiva, is a fun-loving youth who loves kung-fu and adores his master Chandru (Selvaah). He comes across Sakthi (Pooja Hegde), daughter of a top cop Gaurav (Nasser) and her admirable ways and boldness attracts him.
Meanwhile in the strory, enters a gang of baddies led by Dragon Angusamy aka Dragon (Narain). He runs a kung fu school. But during the night goes on a rampage robbing and paints the town in the blood, leaving no clue about them. And then Gaurav gets the responsibility to tackle the crime....more
01:24 PM, Sep 01, 2012