Films on child trafficking usually throw at us startling facts and numbers in an attempt to emotionally hijack us but debutant Balaji K Kumar`s `Vidiyum Munn` avoids all such genre cliches and sticks to presenting a well executed thriller that intrigues with suspense from start to finish.
‘Ram-leela’ from Bhansali, who has earlier produced dreams onscreen - ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’, ‘Guzaarish’ and ‘Black’ – comes across as an uncanny piece of art from the ace filmmaker, with sounds of bullet riveting through the entire length of the film.
Spot the difference. It`s the same in all apparent details. Mumbai`s underworld caught in a compromising position by Ram Gopal Varma (RGV)`s camera prying into the mutilated lives of characters looking so scruffy and aggressive, you wish they would leave aside the bloodbath and just take a `bloody` bath.