The screen flickers to life against the backdrop of Himachal Pradesh’s breathtaking landscapes, where the majestic Himalayan mountains meet dense forests. The camera pans through lush greenery until it focuses on a small town nestled in a tranquil valley. It’s here that we first meet Parthiban, portrayed by the charismatic Vijay. He’s not just an animal rescuer; he’s also the proud owner of a cozy coffee shop. His ordinary life is about to take an extraordinary turn.
Amidst the picturesque scenery, our hero finds himself at the epicenter of a Hyena attack, a crisis that will soon propel him to local hero status. But this is just the beginning. Unbeknownst to Parthiban, a twist of fate is brewing that will draw him into an international spotlight, as a seemingly unrelated incident at his coffee shop thrusts him into the global media’s unwavering gaze.
There enters the enigmatic Das brothers, Anthony (played by the formidable Sanjay Dutt) and Harold (brought to life by Arjun Sarja), who hear whispers of Parthiban’s heroic deeds and, in a case of mistaken identity, believe him to be Leo Das (played by the versatile Vijay). Armed and determined, they descend upon the quaint town with one question on their minds: is Parthiban truly Leo?
The anticipation for Vijay’s ‘Leo’ has reached an unprecedented zenith, with eager fans from various cities thronging early morning screenings, resulting in long queues outside cinema halls. The audience’s lively reactions have included dance, cheers, and fireworks, showcasing their unbridled excitement for the movie.