Date: 2017-09-04 17:05
The main character seems to be a good person and is interested in helping his girlfriend get a kidney operation (a noble cause). But his methods are highly questionable.
A majority of the Hollywood films released under the sci-fi category would go into the trash box if people applied logic, so let’s conveniently leave logic outside while entering for this one-off south Indian sci-fi.
The main villains are smuggling drugs (cocaine). Drugs briefly shown and mentioned. Social drinking in bars/nightclubs and at home. Slight drunkenness in one scene. A character says that he's on drugs.
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