Chakra Full HD Tamil Movie Download : Chakra is a 2021 Indian Tamil-language action thriller film written and directed by MS Anandan in his directorial debut. The film stars Vishal, Shraddha Srinath and Regina Cassandra.Themed on cybercrimes and e-commerce scams,the film follows a soldier and a police officer who work together to bring down a cyber hacker. Released theatrically on 19 February 2021, the film opened to negative reviews became a flop movie for Vishal .
19 february 2021
- Vishalas Chandru
- Shraddha Srinathas Gayathri
- Regina Cassandraas Leela
- Srushti Dangeas Dial for Help CEO
- Robo Shankaras Kumar
- Nassaras Chandru’s late father
- Manobalaas Gayathri’s uncle
- R. Vijayaas Chandru’s grandmother
- Ravikanthas Dial for Help Board member
- Baby Krithika as Young Leela
- Aruldossas Leela’s father
- Neelima Ranias Leela’s mother
- Vijay Babuas Police Commissioner
- Amit Bhargavas Ganesh
- Rail Ravi as Dial for Help Board member
- Pradeep K. Vijayan as Dial for Help Board member
- Maha Delhi Ganesh
An army man takes control over his cop girlfriend’s investigation of a various robberies committed by the same team to recover his late father’s Paramvir Chakra medal.
Chakra starts with a extensive sequence of a series of robberies that take place on Independence Day. usual way of doing things of the robbers seems basic – target the unguarded homes of the elders. The cops are astounded by the sheer number of homes robbed – 50. Gayathri (Shraddha Srinath), a somewhat combative cop is given the case, and she realises that the house of her army major boyfriend Chandru (Vishal, in his usual action hero mode) is also among the houses robbed. Chandru gets back home to track down the robbers have also taken his late father’s Paramvir Chakra medal in addition to attacking his grandmother (KR Vijaya). He pledges to seize the robbers who seem to have done a good job of hiding their tracks. Can he outsmart the criminal driving force behind these robberies?
Chakra is more centered around momentary thrills. Like the cat-and-mouse stretch in the second half when the hero has to save the incapacitated heroine from the antagonist despite being miles away and battling a hundred goons. Overall, the well-choreographed nice sequence (choreographed by Anbariv) in a prison cell when two criminals let loose and assault a ranger of cops. Beyond such a handful of moments, the film feels rather acceptable.