Vijay Sethupathi plays a miserly don on a unique mission in Junga, directed by Gokul. The film has been shot extensively across Europe in exotic locations and castles. It also has a distinct North Madras flavour.
Plot – Junga (Vijay Sethupathi) finds out from his mother (Saranya Ponvannan) and grandmother that he comes from a line of gangsters and that he has a family property (a theater named Cinema Paradise) to reclaim. His mission takes him and his sidekick (Yogi Babu) to Paris, where they encounter the French police, the Italian mafia and Junga's romantic interest Yazhini (Sayyeshaa) who figures prominently in his plans.
Final Word: Junga works as long as it sticks to the comedy genre. The action-heavy portions in Paris stick out like a sore thumb and reduce the overall impact. A passable fare.