Suriya’s NGK Movie Review


Super talented actor Suriya is on a roll despite of a series of disasters. The actor’s next film NGK is directed by Selvaraghavan and is a political thriller. Sai Pallavi and Rakul Preet Singh are the female leads in this political drama that released across the globe in a record number of screens in Telugu and Tamil languages. Dream Warrior Pictures are the producers and Yuvan Shankar Raja is the music composer. Here is the complete review of NGK:


NGK is all about the life story of Nanda Gopala Krishna (NGK), a simple and well-educated youngster who is a post-graduate and works for an IT firm. Soon, he quits his job and tests his luck in organic farming. It is during this time, a series of incidents changes his mind. It is then, NGK decides to join politics and serve the poor. The rest of NGK is all about the challenges he faces and how he overcomes all these to reach his goal. Watch NGK to know about the complete story.


Emotional episodes
Background score


Slow pace
Boring stuff
Second Half
Plotless script


Suriya, as usual, delivers his best performance with NGK. He has been outstanding in the emotional episodes and leads the show completely. Sai Pallavi is a treat to watch her perform and she too delivered her best for the movie. Rakul Preet Singh competed well with the other lead actors and essayed a never seen role as a modern girl. All the other actors did their roles well.

NGK has a lean plot which will sure not leave the audience excited. The screenplay and dialogues fall short of expectations. The music and background score have been decent. The cinematography work is the major highlight of NGK and the production values look grand. The editing work is good and Selvaraghavan’s work turns a misfire this time.


NGK is a badly presented political drama that make any impact hardly. Suriya and his team disappoint the audience big time.

Rating : 2.5/5

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