Thozha Movie Review – A Feel Good Movie
Thozha starring Karthi, Nagarjuna and Tamannaah in the lead has released in the theaters. The film which is said to be an inspiration from the Oscar winning movie ‘The Intouchables’ is directed by Vamsi Paidipally and the expectations for this film was very high. So, has this film meet up to the expectations of the audience? Has the film done justice to the original version? Find it below
|Release date: 25 Mar 2016||Genre: Comedy, Drama|
|Cast: Karthi Sivakumar, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Tamannaah Bhatia, Vivek, Prakash Raj and many others||Written & Director by Vamsi Paidipally|
|Music by Gopi Sundar||Cinematography PS Vinod|
|Edited by Praveen KL||Production company PVP Cinema|
|Distributed by PVP Cinema||Runtime: 155 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating ‘U’|
- ► Karthi has done his role neat and clean. One of his best movies.
- ► Editing was sleek and perfect.
- ► Cinematography by Vinoth was good and gave a new experience.
- ► Screeplay was really good.
- ► 20min from the film could have been trimmed. As it looked a little lengthy.
- ► Songs could have been better. It breaks the flow as it is not placed perfectly.
Asusual Nagarjuna proved that he is a perfect actor. Though he had very less movements. His facial expressions has ruled out everything. Hats off to you Nagarjuna.
Karthi’s instant dialogue delivery and body language is impressive and can make anyone fall for him. The has done his role perfectly without leaving any traces to complain.
Though Tamannaah had limited scenes, she looks beautiful and her character looks tailor-made, a perfect choice for this film. Prakash Raj as usual gave an outstanding performance. Overall each and everyone has done justice to their role and this has resulted in the movies success.
Cinematography by PS Vinod has to be appreciated. He has done a wonderful job, each and every visuals look amazing. Dialogues are outstanding and has created wonders on screen. BGM by Gopi Sundar was good but the songs were not places at the right place which in-turn breaks the flow of the story.
Editing by Praveen KL was perfect, but ot could have been shortened for 20min which would have made this movie even more interesting.