Kee Movie Review: Jiiva’s much-delayed Kee movie has finally seen the light of the day on Friday, 10 April. A Kee movie is written and directed by debutant Kalees, a former associate of noted filmmaker Selvaraghavan. Nikki Galrani, Anaika Soti, RJ Balaji, Rajendra Prasad, Suhasini, Manobala, Meera Krishnan and others are in the cast. The Kee film has Vishal Chandrasekhar’s music, Abinandhan Ramanujam’s cinematography, and Kalaivanan’s editing.
Kee Movie Story:
Kee is a techno-thriller in which Jiiva plays the role of a college student named Siddharth but known for his hacking skills. Nikki Galrani is his love interest, while Anaika Soti will be seen in the role of a journalist.
The Kee tries to explore the negative side of technology. The Kee movie tries to throw light on how people’s addiction to social media sites is impacting our day-to-day activities and about the way our minds, fingers, and algorithms are connected to our lives. The sensitive topic will be dealt without preachy.
Kee Movie Review:
The movie has an intriguing theme and equally good protagonist and antagonist essayed by Jiiva and Govind Padmasoorya respectively. But the logical loopholes and lack of emotional connectivity spoil it from becoming an engaging thriller.
Kee Movie Verdict:
A man falls in love with a girl and tries to impress her. However, their life takes a serious turn when they fall victim to cyber-bullying.