Taana Movie Review

Taana Movie Review-;

Cast-;

Vaibhav,Yogi Babu,Pandiarajan,Hareesh Peradi,Pasanga Sivakumar,Uma Padmanabhan,Nandita Swetha etc.

Crew-;

Directer – Yuvaraj Subramani,Cinematography -Shiva GRN,Editer – Prasanna GK,Production Company -Nobel Movies ,PRO – Suresh Chandra & Rekha D’One etc.

Story-;

“Taana” opens with a short story about Pandirajan’s family who lived in the British period and his ancestors were dedicated themselves towards the public services and they never allow to happen any criminal activities in the village. Unfortunately, Pandirajan’s father gets upset that he is the last person who service for the public.The sinless Pandirajan takes steps that his son wanted to become as a policeman, Pandirajan son Shakthi is getting fit in all areas. Unfortunately, fear made a lacking to him, Shakthi’s father was giving some treatment to come out of dreading. Unluckily, Shakthi gets female voice when he gets emotions.

“Taana” is doesn’t hold up with a specific genre the film contains a strong opening, followed by comedy, romance scenes overlaps, continues with sentiments, in the second half some horror sequels stuffed, investigations hol ding up by Shakthi and climax flashes out a message. The director Yuvaraj Subramani shaped out Vaibhav acco rding to the script, Nandita quite okay with her enamoring performances. In the first half Yogi Babu dom inating the scenes and in the second half twist followed by an innocent pregnant lady’s murder.   

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Movie Review-;

Taana is like an open-world game with a main quest, and several side quests. The objective is to eventually comp lete the main quest, but before that, you also go through several diversions that typically don’t have a bearing on the main thread. In Taana, the main quest is Shakthi (Vaibhav Reddy) wanting to become a police officer, but he feels he is held back by a medical condition due to which, whenever he is afraid, excited or stressed, his voice be comes shrill, to a point where other characters in the film mock it as a ‘female voice’. On paper, this is an interest ing idea — how Shakthi overcomes his condition and achieves his ambition.

But, it is diluted by some drama, comedy, romance, horror and even a bit of detective work. Shakthi’s ambition is not personal, it is intergen erati onal. His great-grandfather was one of the first police officers before Independence, and Shakthi has to make up for his father Pazhani’s (Pandiarajan) inability to become a cop. He is embarrassed by his voice, and he blames his father for it. Their relationship, though, is not clearly defined and their interactions appear contrived. You can’t really see how a hallowed tradition is weighing on their shoulders.

Taana is the new Tamil language comedy mo vie which is directed by Yuvaraj Subramani. The film stars Vaibhav Reddy and Nandita Swetha in the lead roles. R Pandiarajan, Hareesh Peradi, Yogi babu and Uma Padmanabhan play the supporting roles.Vaibhav’s recent mov ie Sixer is the comedy satire. most of his movies are comedy en tertaining. Vishal Chandrashekar has composed the music for the movie Taana. Hareesh Peradi essays a negative role. Yogi Babu will play an important role in Taana Movie.The police used to be referred to as Taanakaran those days. People used to call the police station ‘Taana’, and usually, they’d also come from a family of police officials.

The film revolves around one such family, most of the members of which have been in the police force for deca des.All, except for Pandiarajan, who vows to make his son (played by Vaibhav) a cop one day. The story has a lot of twists and turns, including a supernatural element, and is sure to entertain the audiences.”Taana is promised to be a fun-filled movie. It is the entertaining movie in the combination of Vaibhav and Yogi Babu where Vaibhav being a son of R . Pandiarajan.Thus Taana will be the best movie for the week to enjoy these holidays.

Celebrate the weekend by watching this movie in theatres with friends and family.The pacing of the film is slow in most par ts. What has already been established by a dialogue is immediately also shown as a scene, with the visual adding nothing new. We are told of a murder, and then, shown the murder. We are shown how Shakthi analyses a list of potential victims of a crime in excruciating detail, including how he color-codes each row. Ho wever, the comic parts of film are fast-paced, and even moderately fun.

They involve Shakthi and Dumaa (Yogi Babu) carrying out minor cons to collect dues from loan defaulters. Yogi Babu is funny in places, but most of his one-liners are either inane or offensive to women.The horror side story is the most bizarre and unexplainable one in the film. Shakthi has to guard a corpse alone in the woods. He is then chased around by a ghost before he takes refuge with a shaman-like figure who, over the course of a song, teaches him that fear is psychological, and that ghosts don’t really exist. He then exorcises a smoke-like being out of Shakthi, and his condition is healed. If that sounds random when you read it, it did feel random while watching it.

Vaibhav’s acting is understated and serviceable. The scenes where his voice becomes shrill are genuinely funny, and his confused, deadpan expression works perfectly for the role. Also, the scenes in which he laments his con dition, and then consoles himself, are touching without becoming melodramatic.Taana is relatively unique in that there is very little confrontation between hero and villain. Shakthi and Thilagan (Hareesh Peradi), a corrupt po lice officer who is bent upon failing Shakthi in his sub-inspector exams, have just the one interaction where they issue challenges to each other.

In the final stretch of the film, when Shakti gets going on his main quest, he inves tigates Thilagan’s criminal activities. Most of this investigation happens online, with Shakthi searching the Intern et for various clues. But, this actually makes it more believable. You wouldn’t expect an amateur sleuth to do any thing more complicated. The stretch is engaging, especially the way Shakthi uses the names of various cyclones to move closer to the identity of the criminal, or when Thilagan kills people using a pair of killer twins.Taana he dges its bets on various genres, but doesn’t do justice to any of them. The side stories that are forcibly tied to the story, either slow down the film or make it a film with fun diversions, depending on how you view it.

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

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