Leo Review - From the beginning of Leo's story, the average viewer can guess what happens next. The story begins in Kashmir and follows the normal course of Parthu's family life. Whenever the attack starts on Parthu, it feels a bit interesting. Disappointingly, the interval twist is also predictable.
The second half goes with the racy screenplay, the confusion between Parthu and Leona is interesting, but that too is seen in many later films. Something is interesting in Leo which is touching LCU and showing some interesting sunnies. However, Leo Vijay will engage the fans.
Vijay has done well in both roles, even without any facial expressions here and there. Leo does well in the unchallenged, middle-aged role of Parthu. Trisha's role is short, and she does justice to her role, Sanjay Dutt and action king Arjun are the film's backbone. Gautham Vasudev Menon, Priya Anand, and others have done well in their roles.
Lokesh Kanagaraj takes the usual story and gives his own treatment to the audience who feels like they are watching a different movie. And this Leo also belongs to the same category. However, the story is normal, with some twists and turns in the movie engaging and pleasing the audience.
Technically, Leo is good, and we all know what havoc Anirudh Ravichandran creates with his background music. But in this movie, the songs don't matter, and the background music doesn't either. Manoj Paramahamsa's cinematography is fine. Finally, Leo can take a look.