Vishnu Vishal’s FIR Movie Review and Rating

 Tamil film actor Vishnu Vishal made an entry to Tollywood with dubbed film FIR. The film was released along with Ravi Teja’s Khiladi. Interestingly, the film is presented by Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja. Let’s look at the Review and Rating of the FIR movie.

Vishnu Vishal FIR Movie Review and Rating
Vishnu Vishal FIR Movie Review and Rating


Irfan Ahmed (Vishu Vishal), a chemical engineer from IIT-Madras leads a normal life with his mother who is a policewoman. On the other side, the NIA will be searching for the most-wanted terrorist named Abu Bakkar Abdullah. How is Abu Bakkar’s plot interlinked with Irfan Ahmed’s life story? What happens next? Is the main plot of the story.

Cast Performance:

Vishnu Vishal has given his best for the film. His settled acting as a sufferer just in the name of religion brings authentic texture to the proceedings. 

Actress Maala Parvathy gave a convincing performance as the protagonist’s mother. Her performance as a low-grade policewoman is good and showcases how women are treated at the workplace. 

Filmmaker turned actor Gautham Vasudev Menon is apt in his role as the National Security Advisor. Gautham’s screen presence and sharp dialogue delivery are some of the highlights.
While Manjima Mohan creates an impact as a criminal lawyer, Raiza Wilson is good in her key role as the hero’s love interest. Actor Praveen Muthurangan did a decent job with his acting.

Crew Performance:

The editing work is GK Prasanna is effective as he made sure that the narration part has racy moments. While the cinematography by Arul Vincent adds realistic texture to the film, the background score by Ashwath is engaging as the music elevates all the key scenes on the screen. 

Coming to the director Manu Anand, looks like Manu has been working on the script for a long time as his pre-preparation work is visible on the screen. Manu tried to present the film on a racy note and succeed to an extent but would have focused on writing a better version for the second half proceedings where the logic goes missing. 
The production design department did a good job is presenting the entire setup on a convincing note. 

Plus Points:

  • The first half of the movie
  • Lead artists performance 

Minus Points:

  • Narration in the second half
  • A few over the top episodes


In an overview, FIR Tamil movie is a thriller that explores sensitive issues like religion and terrorism. Though the presentation in the first half is good, the execution in the second half lacks proper clarity. But the film is good and needs to be watched once.

Moviezupp Rating: 3/5

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Varun is a senior editor at Moviezupp, a popular entertainment website devoted to all things movies. He is an experienced reviewer, writer, and news reporter. Varun has been covering the Telugu cinema scene for several years, writing on everything froml film festivals to regional and national releases.