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FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating

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FIR Movie Details

FIR is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language crime thriller film written and directed by Manu Anand and produced by Shubhra and Aryan Ramesh under the banner of VV Studioz. The film features Vishnu Vishal, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Manjima Mohan, Reba Monica John, Raiza Wilson in lead roles, and Gaurav Narayanan and Prashanth Rangaswamy in supporting roles. The film’s music is composed by Ashwath, with editing by Prasanna GK.

FIR Movie Review

What really is in a name? According to FIR, a lot if you are a Muslim. In a brief scene, a police officer who has detained a suspected terrorist is approached by his superior, who requests the man’s identity. “Why am I not surprised?” he retorts when he hears it’s Irfan Ahmed.

FIR, like Vishwaroopam, is a thriller set against a terrorism backdrop that seeks to demonstrate how unfair it is to blame an entire group for the atrocities committed by a few members of that same community. Its protagonist, Irfan Ahmed (Vishnu Vishal, who commits to the role and gives us a strong portrayal), is a chemical engineer from IIT-Madras who is dissatisfied that his faith is a source of contention during interviews. He appears to live a quiet life with his mother (Maala Parvathy), a lower-ranking police officer.

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Meanwhile, the National Intelligence Agency receives information that Abu Bakkar Abdullah, their most sought terrorist, is in Chennai and preparing operations in Colombo and India. Ajay Dewan (Gautham Vasudev Menon, in a character that requires more of his screen presence and size) forms a squad to track him down. Their investigation of a Muslim cleric, Zazi Manzul (Amaan), throws Irfan under their scrutiny.

Circumstances cause them to conclude that Irfan is none other than Abu Bakkar, and they even arrest him. Can Irfan clear his name when no one believes he is innocent? What becomes of Abu Bakkar’s plot?
FIR, an effective, fast-paced thriller, hits all the right notes in the first half, with director Manu Anand deftly alternating between scenes from Irfan’s life and the NIA’s investigation. Prarthana (Manjima Mohan, effective), a criminal lawyer who is friends with Irfan, Anisha Qureshi (Raiza Wilson, impressive), a no-nonsense NIA officer, and Gunashekar (Praveen Muthurangan), a lower-ranking officer who gets a significant break in the investigation, are among the interesting supporting characters.

The director cleverly incorporates actual-life terror events, particularly the Easter Sunday Colombo bombs, to make his story feel extremely genuine. The manner in which Irfan becomes a suspect is also brilliantly depicted. We can observe how stereotyping plays a significant part in this process. At one point, a character informs Irfan that his name is what got him attention, and you realize it’s true. Even the romantic track, between Irfan and Archana (a surprise, Reba Monica John), doesn’t stand out and is, in fact, endearing.

If the first half felt rushed, the second half feels rushed. The picture, which had appeared to be pretty grounded in reality up until that point, begins to drift into over-the-top terrain, with sequences that make us question their credibility. There’s also some motherly sentiment that feels out of place with the rest of the picture (just like the scenes involving a hacker, played by Prashanth). We do get a surprise that explains some of Irfan’s actions, but it also raises a new set of issues. As a result, the climax, which has echoes of The Family Man and Vishwaroopam, isn’t as suspenseful as it should be.
Thankfully, the fast editing (GK Prasanna) and the throbbing background score (by Ashwath) keep the film moving at a dizzying pace, preventing us from thinking about logic and keeping us captivated.

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FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
FIR (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating

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