Tharamani : Bold and deserves huge accolades
Director Ram is known to give movies that goes deep into our heart. He has already given two memorable movies 'Katradhu Tamil' and 'Thangameengal' and now here comes the third 'Taramani', a masterpiece from the man himself . The message that he has delivered is bold and clear. To know more about this flick, read our review below:
|Release date: 11 Aug 2017||Genre: Drama, Romance|
|Cast: Vasanth Ravi, Andrea Jeremiah, Anjali, Adrian Knight Jesly, Azhagam Perumal and many others||Written & Director by Ram|
|Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja||Cinematography Theni Eswar|
|Edited by Sreekar Prasad||Production company Catamaran Productions|
|Distributed by JSK Film Corporation||Runtime: 150 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'A'|
- Andrea is at her best. She simply steals the show.
- Vasanth Ravi makes his solid debut through this film.
- Azhagam Perumal as railway constable impresses us with his stirring performance.
- Adrian Knight Jesly as Andrea's son gives a heart-warming performance.
- Yuvan's music add extra tinge to the whole experience.
- Cinematography is handled well.
- Too loud
- Second half is slightly on a lower note.
The entire team has given a wonderful performance which is a great support for this movie. Andrea is at her best, hats off to her for sporting such a strong and bold character as not many choose to do it. She has given what is needed for the script.
Newcomer Vasanth Ravi makes his solid debut, he has done equally well and he is indeed a strong contender in this film. Azhagam Perumal gives his best and his role impresses all. Anjali gives her best in the extended cameo.
Adrian Knight Jesly who plays the role of Andrea's son gives a hear-warming performance and needs a special mention. Producer J Satish Kumar's marks a good debut with this film.The Team
Technically this film is good. Yuvan's music is a big plus for this film and it gives us the right mood, especially the background score adds extra tinge to the whole experience of this film.
Theni Easwar's cinematography is good and he is the directors man as he captures the directors vision perfectly. Editing by Prasad is neat. Screenplay is good, it could have been tighter in the second half as it looked a bit boring.
Bottom line - Strong screenplay, Bold narration, Brilliant attempt... A masterpiece that well deserved to get all accolades
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3.5/5