Four pure fellows get themselves made up for lost time in police defilement in a strained, regularly rough Indian socio-political thriller coordinated by Vetri Maaran.
Interrogation (Visaaranai) is an irritating film. Taking into account a genuine story related in M. Chandra Kumar’s self-portraying Lock Up, Vetri Maaran’s strained socio-political thriller handles a very much pointed punch at uncontrolled police severity and defilement, to which the main reaction from the viewer is towering irateness. It may not soften new ground up its subject or style of portrayal, however it makes the old progress to a great degree well, and its reason is so persuading and sensible that it appears like true to life. The initial segment, in any event, is verifiable, while the film’s second half transforms into a quick paced thriller.