Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum Movie Review – Good comedy and story makes it enjoyable
Director Ramprakash Rayappa has done a great job by coming out with a fresh script which is equally supported by rib tickling comedy till the last scene. With a decent cast including Nakul and Dinesh besides a lot of new faces, he has managed to pull off a fun movie with some good messages bundled into it.
|Release date: February 20, 2015||Genre: Social Thriller Film|
|Cast: Nakul, Attakathi Dinesh, Bindu Madhavi, Aishwarya Dutta, Sathish||Director: Ramprakash Rayappa|
|Music Director: Thaman||Language: Tamil|
|Editer: VJ Sabu Joseph||Cinematography: Deepak Kumar Padhy|
|Producer: VLS Rock Cinema||Distribution Red Giant Movies|
|Running Time: 2 Hrs 21 Mins||CBFC Rating: U|
- • Nakul and Dinesh's natural performance besides Urvashi's pro acting.
- • Sathish's one liners and comedy
- • Great supporting cast despite all being newcomers
- • Interesting plot
- • Thaman's background score
- • Multiple plotlines in a single movie
- • Second half with a long driven climax.
Dinesh is in love with Bindhu Madhavi while Nakul who's in love with an engineering student also is extremely passionate about science. A terrorist aims to attempt a blast in Chennai on a day when the sun flare kills cellphone signals. What happens when all these people get interconnected with one another?The Cast
Nakul as the calm but brilliant young man is decent while Urvashi as his mom easily steals the show in just few scenes. Dinesh and his meet up with Bindhu Madhavi easily brings a smile to your face every time.On the other side, Sathish and his encounters with a phone thief as well as his girlfriend makes the entire crowd laugh uncontrollably. Newcomers have done an amazing job and even though it's a comical movie from the start, there are some good stuff about engineering within it.The Team
Director Ramprakash deserves applause for doing his research and giving the audience some new things about smartphones to think over. Screenplay is a bit slow but it is easily forgettable. Cinematography is decent while Thaman's background score and minimal songs is a strong plus for the movie.
Bottom line – A movie that is out of the commercial formula yet is thought provoking and full of comedy to entertain you.
Certified Fresh – Yes!
Stars – 3.5/5