Arya, an advocate by profession, would take up any case or client. All he cares about is the money and he would go to any extent. A series of events on one of Arya’s ongoing cases, however, alter his destiny and changes his view towards life.
Buckaasuura has a tight script, barring a few unwanted comedy scenes. But one leaves the cinema hall feeling like there is something lacking. The writers have clever dialogues and have tied up the loose ends, though. V Ravichandran, in a negative role, impresses with his swagger and style. Rohitt has given the film his best and it shows.
Buckaasuura could have had a lot more going for it. But it does still manage to retain the interest of the audience for a sizeable chunk of the film. If scripts of a hero’s brain over the brawn winning battles works for you, then you might just enjoy this one.