Title Kanthaswamy Blu Ray Actors Vikram, Shriya, Raghuvaran Category Blu Ray Director Susi Ganesan Music Director Devi Sri Prasad Manufacturer Ayngaran Producer Kalaipuli S Thanu Language Tamil Sub Titles English Video Format NTSC Sounds Dolby Digital 5.1 SurroundStory -The story revolves around a group of friends who came to Chennai with bare necessities but with a load of dreams and an examination hall ticket. What surprises us is that all of them get recruited with CBI. The money they obtain from raids is used to serve the poor and needy. Kanthaswamy, who secretly doles out money for surgeries, education and weddings in poor families, becomes a phenomenon that is difficult to demystify. Prabhu, does justice to his role as the intelligence officer and he does nail the superhero after 3 long drabby hours.The movie stretches unreasonably without any rhyme or reason and the hero’s rooster’s outfit and a slightly odd demeanor is exposed in all his vulnerability as the movie progresses. The editing is not good as it does follow a definite sequence. The scenes are just scattered that makes one feel that any scene could be placed anywhere inside the movie. After you feel you have reached the climax, the movie still proceeds to another half hour with an item number and then finally reaches the climax.Vikram has done his role to his best, and he is charming at times especially when he raises his eyebrows in a charming manner while countering Shriya’s jaunts and also when he breaks into a secret smile while nailing the corrupt politicians. He saves the movie to a great extent. What spoils the broth are the clichéd dialogues!Shriya’s skin show is a treat to all her fans. The short hairstyle that she sports in Kandaswamy is the latest trend among women. Her role, albeit smoking hot, rather comes across as a dumb girl who strips down to threaten Vikram in his fully CCTV monitored office room. Now that’s only a sample of inferior writing.Ashish Vidhyarthi and Y G Mahendra’s roles are disorganized and Vadivelu’s comedy scenes are not enjoyable as they pop in at odd times even when the movie gets really serious. Cinematography is commendable and Devi Sri Prasad’s tunes make us tap our feet. The movie is simply watchable but nothing more!