Thagararu Movie Review
Director: Ganesh Vinaayac
Cast: Arulnithi, Poorna, Pawan and others
Debutant director Ganesh Vinayaac takes a story on the backdrop of Madurai to tell the tale of four thieves with unexpected twist. We should definitely appreciate director effort to made this kind of film to entertain and enthrall the audience. Several films in Tamil cinema takes Madurai as backdrop for their story and some of the films really executed well.
Thagararu is being one of that kind. Yet, Thagararu is thrilling for the manner in which the story unfolds with unfamiliar twists and confusing turns that are likely to baffle you along the way. The incidents are all neatly tied up and culminate in a thrilling climax which is gripping and holds your interest for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Four orphans Saravanan (Arulnidhi), Pazhani(Sulile Kumar) Senthil(Pawan), Aarumugam(Murugadoss), are thick friends who become hardened thieves and will do anything for money. Saravanan is the youngest and the most daring man of the gang, and he falls in love with Meenakshi(Poorna), the only daughter of the local money lender and tough guy Kanthuvatti Rajendran (Jayaprakash).
Other members of the gang warns Saravanan about dire consequences as the result of love, but its too late. It forms of the rest of the story. Cast of the film was fabulous as all they are merge with the characters and did justice to their roles. Eventhough it is the debut film for director Ganesh Vinaayac, he made a such powerful script with an unexpected twists in climax delivers his maturity on story telling.
The first half of the film packed with romance and comedy to engage audience, while the second half and climax of the film gets audience to the end of their seats. Technically the film is slick with good camera work and rain effect shots by K Dhilraj, BGM of Praveen Sathya in the climax and fast –cut editing by TS suresh without any gimmicks.
'Thagararu' is a complete thriller to entertain you.