Thimiru Pudichavan Movie Review

Thimiru Pudichavan Movie Review

Cast-;

Vijay Antony ,Nivetha Pethuraj  ,Daniel Balaji , Lakshmy Ramakrishnan .Sai Dheena , Senthil ,Muthuraman , Prabhakaran etc.

 

Crew-;

Directer – Ganeshaa ,Producer –  Fatima Vijay Antony ,Written – Ganeshaa ,Music –  Vijay Antony ,Cinem atography – Richard M. Nathan ,Production Company * Vijay Antony Film Corporation

Story-;

Vijay Antony’s continues to be above a complexity position or moving lower in position gives the stable level in the cinema industry. The flick contains about a message to acquired through experience. By the feeling of being confounded and overwhelmed is being followed.  Vijay Antony is being acted in the cop eccentric, which he has been conscious in choosing with his characters to get a success towards his movies. The film “Thimiru Pudicha van” concentrate for the both the Tamil and Telugu audiences.The endowed Vijay Antony as usual focused in other areas of music and acting. The production part is focused by Fatima Vijay Antony. The film was directed and written by Ganeshaa.The director tried to win over the audience by giving a message, Vijay Antony perf ormed in an honest policeman eccentric and focuses on the criminal and he eradicate them among the society.

 The trustworthy sub inspector Murugavel, who take care of his younger brother from the childhood, Murugavel always rough-cut towards his brother that his brother wanted to shine in his life and even his brother wanted to study well and cherished to become higher position.At a point, Vijay Antony’s brother getting frustrated by his actions that he is moving out and the fellow never understand Murugavel’s affection. Now the young boy leaves his own place of Virudhunagar.After a long gap, Murugavel stepping towards Chennai to find out his younger brother. In that situation, Murugavel observes a murder in front of him. The guy was approved in the police sta tion. After a long time later, the murder was happening by a gangster leader Saideena and that was done by Mu rugavel’s brother.

The younger brother understands that his brother Murugavel comes to Chennai as an inspector. In an unfo rtunate circumstance, Murugavel shot of his own brother. Then, Murugavel analysis about other eighteen boys were used for other illegal activities and even for killing people in a furious way. At last, Saideena was getting encounter by Murugavel is the balanced screenplay that had been given in an action oriented. In the technical aspect, Vijay Antony is being given his songs in the excel way and the BGM speaks out well.  Action stuffed, an entertainment movie.

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Movie Review-;

Most of us have read the tale of Kane & Abel written by Jeffrey Archer which revolved around sibling rivalry of two men of contrasting personalities who want to crush each other with their might. That’s what I had expected with Thimiru Pudichavan when it hit the theatres this weekend. The film revolves around Murugavel who is a po ice officer from Virudhnagar stationed in the city. He is shocked to see his younger brother turning himself to the path of crime due to the temptation by Padma (Sai Deema), a dreaded criminal. His brother gets killed in grues ome circumstances and Murugavel vows to finish Padma and save the others who get sucked into the glittery world of crime where there is no escape. Joining him in this mission is Madonna (Nivetha Pethuraj) another cop who becomes his partner-in-crime in this mission.

Murugavel (Vijay Antony) is the most earnest cop you’ll find. He doesn’t take bribes (and to the irritation of his colleagues, he won’t let them either). When he sees a sewage-related problem, he wades into the muck and beg ins a cleanup operation. When his disgusted colleagues, who’ve been roped in, ask him why, he says clogged ro ads lead to traffic jams and crowds, which makes it easier for pickpockets. Or something. His younger brother is sick of his goodness. We’d be too, if the writer-director Ganesha weren’t so self-aware. At one point, Muruga vel explains to a distraught father how his young son is filled with the villain’s (Padma, played by Sai Dheena) influ ence. As a demo, he fills a glass with water. The glass is the boy. The water is Padma. And it’s up to them to wean the boy away — so Murugavel keeps dropping pebbles into the glass. Slowly, the water begins to spill out. Just as the scene reaches the “Are you kidding me with this?”

 Thimiru Pudichavan (The Arrogant Man) is outlandish fun. A lot of the time, I was laughing at it. The OTT str etches are pulp-movie heaven. Like Jason Statham in the Crank instalments, Murugavel needs to keep his heart rate/blood pressure up — so he wears a wristwatch-like indicator that glows red for danger. It’s a sight gag in itself. (It looks like a homing beacon from a William Shatner-era episode of Star Trek.) And an electroshock mo ment towards the end is glorious — as is a moment involving Lord Muruga’s rooster. Yes. You read that right. Thi miru Pudichavan is like Crank meets a Ramanarayanan movie. That should tell you, right away, if you’re the tar get audience. Even when his character is possessed by the spirit of the Lord, Vijay Antony’s facial expressions remain frozen. But the film winks at that, too. This time, you are laughing with the proceedings.

At its core, this is a drama about Murugavel’s attempts to bring down Padma, a gangster who hires minors and gets his jobs done. (The logic is explained in a flashback.) Murugavel is haunted by visions of a teenager he gun ned down when he refused to surrender. Every night, the boy’s ghost, with a bullet mark in the centre of his for ehead, taunts Murugavel: “I won’t let you sleep until you ‘reform’ at least one delinquent.” Hence Murugavel’s insomnia. Hence the attendant medical issues (drop in blood pressure, et cetera). Ganesha’s success is in taking all of this seriously, while simultaneously not taking all of this seriously. When Murugavel arrives to put a bullet into Padma, who’s just begun to tuck into a chicken dinner, the latter looks at his plate and says: “Enakkaaga oru kozhi sethirukku. Adha saapta apparam saavattuma?” The flavour isn’t just in the dish. It’s in the writing, too.In an ideal world, this is what a Hari movie would be like. Like that director’s films, Thimiru Pudichavan doesn’t ex actly dazzle you with technique — but unlike those films, it keeps trying.

There’s always a twist, a bit of humour, a nice line (like the one about a street dog and a bone), some low-grade animation or graphics. Some of it works, some of it doesn’t — but the important thing is that the film doesn’t take the audience for granted. The Hari films of late basically coast on the principle that audiences will watch any lazy movie as long as he hires a big star. This film works harder, much harder. For every expected groaner of a lecture or wannabe “mass” moment, there’s something in the form of compensation: a dignified way of looking at sex wo rkers and trans women, or a solid development involving Padma’s father, or a terrific masala moment at the point where a starving Murugavel tears into a plate of biriyani.

And if there aren’t major character arcs — like you’d find in a more “sophisticated” screenplay — you still get ch aracter touches. One of the boys Murugavel reforms ends up going back to a life of crime — not because of Pa dma, but because he doesn’t want to lose his friends who are still with Padma. It’s an accurate reflection of a mi nd of that age. The biggest surprise is the heroine, played by Nivetha Pethuraj. This is one of the best perform an ces of the year. She’s basically playing a ‘loosu ponnu’, but she doesn’t make the mistake that the Hansikas and the Tamannaahs do. She doesn’t try to play it “cute”, which can become very grating, very quickly. Instead, she brings sass and shades of (again, self-aware) comedy to the part. Thimiru Pudichavan may not be great cinema, but it delivers more bang for the buck than the “mass” movies we usually get from bigger stars and bigger-name directors.

This IS MY Personal Review So Please Go And Watch The Movie InTheaters Only

Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3/5