Synopsis/Plot : A busy mall in Chennai city is taken under control by an international terrorist organization in demand of the release their head. Indian government sets up a negotiation team headed by Madhav Singh (Selvaragavan), who finds out that former RAW agent Veera Raghavan (Vijay) is inside the mall and seeks help from him to rescue the hostages. What happens next is narrated with director Nelson's humorous and action-packed storytelling.
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Beastly Performance By Vijay!
Beast has all the ingredients to attract the family audience in droves to the theatres. After a few minutes in to the movie, the audience will get desensitized to blood. Vijay is in exceptional form as he delivers a beastly performance. It is worth watching to admire Vijay's suave and fluent all rou...(more)
Source: Editorial board, MovieCrow
Beast is an action thriller with several applause-worthy moments. With a clichid storyline, the film solely relies on Vijay's shoulders.
Director Nelson Dilipkumar's Beast could have been an engaging action thriller had the screenplay been effective. Thalapathy Vijay tried so hard to save this clichid thriller and he succeeded for the most part.(more)
Source: Janani, India Today
Even Vijay can't rescue Beast from flippant writing
The director seems to have banked entirely on his star to carry the film, but with a script that hardly offers him anything to work with, even Vijay can only do so much with his star power.(more)
Source: suganth, Times Of India
Vijay shoulders Beast, a stylishly shot action thriller which has equally engaging comedy moments.
Beast has cemented Vijay's place as one of the industry's top stars, it has ensured Nelson Dilipkumar's name as a bankable director who has also created his own signature. More importantly, the general audiences and Vijay fans are in for a solid entertainer that's also technically par excellence. It...(more)
Source: Behidwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com
Vijay shines in this mall invasion thriller that's bogged down by flippant writing
If only the stylish treatment was strongly complemented by good writing, especially a stronger antagonist, the film wouldn't have disappointed at places. As much as Nelson tries to stick to his storytelling template by introducing characters who aid the hero in the rescue mission just like in his la...(more)
Source: Haricharan pudipeddi, Hindustan Times
Humour and zany performance save Vija's inconsistent film
As the film progresses, the loopholes become increasingly unbearable. The irreverent quips become repetitive, and there's nothing else to keep us entertained. The action sequences get grander, and subsequently, more implausible.(more)
Source: Ashmeera Ayyappan, Firstpost.com
Vijay Fails To 'Master' This One, But It's Still A Celebration For Thalapathy Fans!
Nelson falls for the very similar filmmaking trap of compromising style with substance. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there's nothing significant here, but there are a lot of insignificant speed-breakers which become the issue. If someone can edit out the lousy love angle, some forced fun seque...(more)
Source: umesh Punwani, Koimoi
Vijay needs no assistance to fill the screen. Yet, no matter how much wallop a megastar might bring to the table, he still needs a strong script.
Beast has no fangs and its roar is no more than surround sound. Meant only for Vijay fans - in this regard, the film spares no effort - it is the sort of vehicle that does little justice to either the star or the director. (more)
Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies