Review of the movie Buffoon: a good thriller

Two koothu artistes become pawns in a political power game and are misrepresented in a drug smuggling case . Kumaran (Vaibhav) and Muthaiya (Athangudi Ilayaraja) are arrested by the police, who suspect him of drug trafficking and portray him as the strange Dhanapalan .

Synopsis of a Buffoon movie: Two koothu artistes become pawns in a political power game and are misrepresented in a drug smuggling case.For how long can they fend off a brutal police hunt?Buffoon is a solid thriller about a world at play in southern Tamil Nadu's coastal region, but it's how it combines the geographical features of this region to create a gripping tale.Rangarajan (Aadukalam Naren), a dissatisfied politician who is also the Chief Minister, warns his party chief (VIS Jayapalan), that he would float a rival group unless his opponent is kept in check.

Kumaran (Vaibhav, who is a bit of a naive young man who gets embroiled in something more complex and sinister), a therukoothu artiste who takes up a job as a driver, along with his companion Muthaiya (Athangudi Ilayaraja), is arrested by the police, who suspect him of drug trafficking and portray him as the strange Dhanapalan.The duo manage to escape and attempt to escape the country with help from Kumarans romantic interest Ilayaal (Anagha, who is somewhat let down by the dubbing), a Sri Lankan refugee, but the cops, led by a determined SP Haridas (Tamilarasan), are keen on hunting them down to assist the CM's political power game.The filmmaker is the film's presenter.Ashok Veerappans' writing is detailed, and he makes the filmmaking team feel that he can quickly introduce us to the film world.

We wish it had been written differently, even though it plays a vital role in the plot's development.With his score, Santhosh Narayanan extends the drama of the scenes.