Cobra Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Cobra Movie Review: The long-awaited release date of August 31 for Cobra, which stars Chiyaan Vikram, had to be moved back several times because of production delays. Vikram wore different clothes in the movie’s trailer, and he does the same thing here. Even though he has had hits in the past, Vikram hasn’t had any recent hits at the box office. People were thrilled to see Vikram play Mahaan Gandhi in his most recent OTT release, which was also a huge hit. Let’s take a close look at his just-released movie Cobra to see if it meets the standards of a good movie.


Cobra Movie Review


Mathi works as a math teacher in the city, and he also teaches in his hometown at a school for kids from poor families. Even though the police do a lot of investigating, there are still more crimes happening in the city that they don’t know about. What does Mathi, a mathematician, have to do with the terrible things going on in the city? These are questions that will be answered when the movie is over. Please tell me who Bhavana is if you know who he is. What did Officer Aslan do to handle this?

Cast & Crew

In the Cobra movies, Chiyaan Vikram works with some of the biggest names in Indian film, such as Srinidhi Shetty, Irfan Pathan, K.S. Ravikumar, Roshan Mathew, Anandraj, Robo Shankar, Mia George, Mirnalini Ravi, and Meenakshi Govindrajan, to name a few. In this movie, S.S. Lalit Kumar is in charge of making it, and Ajay Gnanamuthu is in charge of directing it. The music for the movie was written by A. R. Rahman, and Harish Kannan was in charge of the photography. The person in charge is Bhuvan Srinivasan, who is the editor in chief.

Movie Name Cobra
Director Ajay Gnanamuthu
Music Director A. R. Rahman
Producer S.S. Lalit Kumar
Genre Action, Crime, Drama
Cast Chiyaan Vikram, Srinidhi Shetty, Irfan Pathan, K.S. Ravikumar, Roshan Mathew, Anandraj, Robo Shankar, Mia George, Mirnalini Ravi, Meenakshi Govindrajan
Editor Bhuvan Srinivasan

Movie Verdict

Cobra has a pretty simple plot, but the non-linear screenplay keeps us guessing about what will happen next, which is exciting at first. We’ll keep watching the movie because of a few key parts of the first act, and the intermission clip only makes us more interested. But the second half of the movie loses its focus and gets more and more predictable. In the second half of the movie, there aren’t many amazing action scenes. You have to see the movie in a theatre to fully understand what the Hallucination scene and Vikram’s many appearances mean. We don’t want to ruin the suspense by telling you everything here.

Once again, Chiyaan Vikram shows why he is known as an actor who can do many different things. Even though Vikram’s makeup for different costumes looks off a few times, we don’t care about these small acting mistakes. Srinidhi Shetty did a good job in her small part. Irfan Pathan, a cricket player, has a big part in the movie. In some scenes, he does a good job of playing his character, but in other scenes, his lack of experience shows. Roshan Mathew can make even a bad dish look good. Robo Shankar has some funny parts. Mirnalni Ravi and all the other actors did a great job in their roles.

Technically, Cobra looks good. The film’s composer, A. R. Rahman, did a good job overall, but my favourite track is “Tarangini.” The score, which Rahman wrote, is one of the best parts of the movie because it brings attention to important parts when it needs to and fits perfectly with how the movie shows how the characters feel. Harish Kannan doesn’t always do a good job with the camera, especially when he shoots scenes in foreign countries, which look beautiful on the screen. Even though the quality of the production is good, the team should have paid more attention to the visual effects. It’s a safe bet that Dhilip Subbarayan’s fight choreography will attract a big crowd.

Ajay Gnanamuthu used to be in Demonte Colony and Anjali CBI. This time, he did a better job of keeping the audience interested. The story of the movie doesn’t seem to be very original, but the writing is good enough to keep people interested.

Cobra is a much better movie than any of the Chiyaan Vikram movies that have come out recently.

Plus Points:

Chiyaan Vikram

Music, BGM


Minus Points:

Thin Storyline

Few Predictable scenes


Rating: 3.25/5

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