GV Prakash has collaborated with Prashanth, a former associate of director Pandiraj, for his latest Tamil film Bruce Lee. It is an action-comedy movie, which is hitting the screens on Friday, March 16.
Bruce Lee marks the debut of popular actress Kriti Kharbanda in Tamil. The Kollywood film also has Ramdoss, Bala Saravanan, Rajendran, Anandaraj, Mansoor Ali Khan and others in supporting roles. While PV Shankar has handled the cinematograph department, Pradeep E Ragav and G Manoj Gyann have edited the flick.
GV Prakash Kumar himself has composed the music for Bruce Lee. There are three tracks in the album of which the Mint-u Kari song has struck the chord with the viewers.
GV Prakash, who made a promising debut as a hero, had raised hopes on becoming a star like his counterpart Vijay Antony. Unfortunately, his few last films have failed to set the box office on fire. Now, his latest movie Bruce Lee has generated a lot of curiosity with its trailer and the audience are curiously awaiting the release of the flick.
Will the movie live up to the viewers' expectations? The movie is not getting favourable reviews from the audience. The lack of engaging content and GV Prakash's same old comedy roles have failed to impress the audience. Readers can find the audience's verdict below:
Abishek S: From #VangannaVanakkangana @gvprakash 's dancing skills have come a long way. Hoping for improvement in other areas also #BruceLee.
Sathish Kumar: #Brucelee - Loved the Title Credits. Wishing the people who fought for #Jallikattu was nice gesture from the team @gvprakash.
Priyanka: #Brucelee story is weak....screenplay not engaging.....boring...
#Brucelee is not up to my expectations...I'm sorry GVP....U continue to disappoint me...
Kaushik LM: #BruceLee -N.K.Rajendran mocking big stars & sporting weird wigs beards, in the name of comedy is a done to death trope. Balasaravanan is ok
#BruceLee -Hopefully the saturation point for GVP's scared, timid 'local boy' roles (TIN, EIPI, KIK, BL) Heavily typecast! Freshness needed
#BruceLee - After rocking as 'Winnings' in #Maanagaram, Munishkanth is back as the funny villain 'Godfather'. Flat, despite his funny looks!
#BruceLee - For a dry dark comedy such as this, the jokes & moments had to be far higher. Just little fun, here and there! 2hrs felt longer!
Maathevan: #BruceLee If you are really interested in checking Ur phone for 2+Hrs. Please go watch! @gvprakash Wonderful choice @p_santh Great work man!
Average Ratings Given by Audience: 2