Thaana Serndha Koottam : The unpredictable twists and turns makes it an interesting watch!
Finally the wait is over. The much anticipated TSK starring Suriya in the lead is out in the theatres near you. It is already known that this is a remake of Hindi film of Special 26 and the director Vignesh Shivn has made changes in it to suit the local audience here.
When it comes to remake we always expect the original to be better than the other, so has the director able to break the stereotype thoughts of the audience? Has the movie exceeded the expectation level of the audience? To know more about this flick, read our review below:
- Suriya looks stylish and has done his role perfectly.
- Keerthy Suresh looks beautiful and has done what’s needed for the script.
- Ramya Krishnan does her role with ease.
- Anirudh’s songs are already a hit and they are placed well.
- Visuals are brilliant and it adds quality to the film.
- Dialogues are well written.
- Second half was slow and it drags a bit.
- Climax could have been better.
The entire cast of this film has done a brilliant job and this could be seen in their performance. Suriya is back, this time not as Durai Singam and many would be happy to see him do something different from the Singam franchise. He looks smart, handsome and youthful and would definitely be a lover boy for the female audience. His performance is brilliant and he does what is needed for the script. Keerthy Suresh looks lovely and she does her role neat. And yes, we need not tell much about Ramya Krishnan’s performance as we already know that she would top in it. She did a brilliant job in this film as well.
Comedian Senthil made his comeback through this film and he did an excellent job. Senthil, Sathyan, RJ Balaji and Yogi Babu makes us laugh at places and gave a commendable performance.
Karthik as usual gave what is needed for the script and he did it with ease. The rest of the cast including Suresh Menon, Anandraj, Nandha, Sathyan have played their parts well.
This film is technically brilliant. Cinematography by Dinesh Krishnan is colourful and vibrant.
Songs by our Rockstar Anirudh is already a hit and it has been placed well. It also goes in par with the movie.
The fight scenes are well choreographed and it needs a special mention and as does the art director as he has brought the 80s live in front of us.
Editing is neat but a little bit of trimming would help in speeding up. Screenplay is good and the dialogues are well written. The second half could have been better as it lost the pace and was a bit dragging.