The film lacks a cohesive narration and screenplay

The film lacks a cohesive narration and screenplay



Critic's Rating: 3/5

Monday 18 October 2010

Movie Title

The film lacks a cohesive narration and screenplay



Star Cast

Vidyarth, Latchana, Ramana

You will never like to go anywhere near director Nandu?s Thottupaar, leave alone touch it!

It?s is difficult to sit through this film where a rank newcomer Vidhaarth is shown as a larger than life hero, taking on the mob!

Why did Ramanna do such a dumb role as a dreaded underworld don who is shown as a transgender in the climax of the film? Why was Anu Hassan so desperate to do such a stupid role?

Vidhaarth is an orphan in a small town who has a ration card and he is made to bail out people involved in petty crimes by the local cop the late VMC Haneefa. One day due to his benevolence a major criminal Murder Mani escapes after killing a state minister.

The cops are on his trail and Vidhaarth escapes to Chennai where he becomes a waiter at a local TASMAC bar and comes across Alagar Perumal and his doctor wife Anu Hassan who change his life along with a photo journalist Lakshana. But trouble brews as he crosses sword with deadly local don Ramanna.

The film lacks a cohesive narration and screenplay. Songs and fights pop up every 10 minutes. Srikanth Deva?s music is loud and jarring. The only silver lining in otherwise a bad film is the performance of late VMC Haneefa, as a comic antics are done with such perfect timing.

Verdict- Big Bore

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