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Leo Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, October 19, 2023 • Telugu ]
Leo Review
7 Screen Studio
Vijay, Trisha Krishnan, Sanjay Dutt, Priya Anand, Arjun Sarja, Gautham Menon, Mysskin
Lokesh Kanagaraj
S S Lalit Kumar
Anirudh Ravichander

Leo Movie Review

Thalapathy Vijay has earned a reputation as a powerhouse in the world of action-packed entertainment. His collaboration with the renowned director Lokesh Kanagaraj, known for creating cinematic universes, has sent waves of excitement throughout the industry and among fans alike. The highly anticipated film, featuring the talented Trisha and the iconic Sanjay Dutt, is set to hit the big screens today, October 19, 2023. As we step into the world of LEO, let's unravel the intriguing offerings this film has in store for us.

Leo Movie Review


Parthiban( Vijay), is a compassionate soul dedicated to saving animals. He resides in the serene landscapes of Himachal Pradesh, where he runs a charming coffee restaurant. In this idyllic setting, Parthi lives a contented life with his loving family, comprised of his wife, Satya (pTrisha), and their two children.

The tranquility of Parthi's life takes a sharp turn when he becomes an unexpected hero, rescuing his daughter and an employee from a group of menacing goons. Unbeknownst to him, this selfless act sets off a chain of events that lead people to mistake him for someone named LEO.

Leo Movie Review

Who is this mysterious LEO, and why are people relentlessly pursuing Parthi? The answers to these questions form the core of this gripping tale, as the narrative unfolds. Enter Forest Ranger Joshi (Gautam Menon), who finds himself entangled in this intricate web of intrigue. The enigmatic figures of Antony Das (Sanjay Dutt) and Haron Das (Arjun) further add layers to the story, revealing connections that are both enigmatic and thrilling.

As the story progresses, the audience will be captivated by the suspense, action, and drama that emerges from these complex relationships, as they uncover the hidden truths that bind these characters together.


Lokesh Kanagaraj, renowned for his captivating cinematic universes, brings us a new masterpiece with "LEO." He hooks the audience right from the start with a gripping narration. The introduction scene of Vijay engaging in a thrilling hyena fight amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Himachal Pradesh sets the tone for the entire film.

Leo Movie Review

The first half of "LEO" is an exhilarating rollercoaster, as Kanagaraj masterfully blends action sequences with emotional moments. The restaurant fight sequence, in particular, takes the narrative to a whole new level, leaving us eagerly awaiting the second half after a well-executed interval climax.

Expectations run high as we enter the second half, with Anirudh Ravichander's immense BGM adding an extra layer of intensity. While the pace remains fast, a few scenes tend to feel cliched and repetitive. The flashbacks, if executed with more intensity, could have had a more significant impact. Sanjay Dutt and Arjun's roles, though executed competently, come off as routine. A bit of fine-tuning in the script and screenplay could have added more depth to their characters.

Kanagaraj's storytelling remains intriguing, and his direction keeps the audience engaged throughout most of the narrative. Vijay, in his dual roles, impresses with his style, grace, and emotional depth. His screen presence and new hairstyle, coupled with intense action sequences, are a visual treat. His dialogue delivery and expressions showcase his acting prowess.

Trisha shines as Vijay's on-screen wife, bringing emotional depth to their scenes together. Sanjay Dutt's towering personality leaves a mark, and Arjun Sarja looks stylish on the big screen. Gautham Menon is perfectly cast as a forest ranger, and Myskin adds to the film's depth. Anurag Kashyap, Priya Anand, and Madonna Sebastian deliver commendable performances.

Leo Movie Review

Anirudh Ravichander's background music is exceptional, breathing life into the film's soul and immersing viewers in the story. While the songs are good, they could have been even better. Manoj Paramahamsa's cinematography is of top quality, adding a sleek and captivating dimension to the film's visuals. Philomin Raj's editing is good, though it could have been tighter in the second half. The stunts and action sequences are choreographed excellently, sending shivers down the audience's spine. The film's grand production values are evident throughout, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.


In the cinematic world, Lokesh Kanagaraj's "LEO" emerges as a captivating masterpiece. It showcases Thalapathy Vijay in a suave and stylish avatar, raising him to new heights not just as a gifted performer but also as an action hero of exceptional caliber. Kanagaraj's direction draws inspiration from History of Violence, skillfully weaving it into the narrative to offer an exhilarating treat for aficionados of action-packed cinema.

What's truly remarkable is the way Kanagaraj sustains the audience's interest throughout the film, leading them on an enthralling journey that culminates in the anticipation of a grand Cinematic Universe. This seamless blend of historical references, impeccable storytelling, and Vijay's charismatic presence guarantees an exciting experience for all movie lovers.

Rating: 2.5 / 5.0


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