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Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, September 25, 2009 • Tamil ]
Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru Review
Sathyam Cinemas, Real Image
Ajmal, Roopa, Mouli
Mani Sharma

Debutant filmmaker Nandhini has come out with a hilarious entertainer - all situational comedies that is certainly different from the mad crowds of commercial cliches in Kollywood.

Her 'Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru' (T4), shot completely in digital format, is about a couple trapped in a difficult situation and how they manage to bail themselves out of the trouble. With seasoned actor Mouli in the middle, Nandhini has woven a script that makes you think less, but laugh more.

As a dialogue writer, Nandhini deserves a pat for coming up with one-liners that evokes instant laughter. Also the pace at which the script moves makes it an interesting affair.

Ajmal, who acted in `Anjathey' and `TN 09 A L 4777', dons a different role here. He plays a youth who lives life in his own way. He fits the role to T. So is debutante Rupa Manjeri. Nandhini, who earlier had worked as an associate to Priya (of 'Kandanaal Mudhal' fame), managed to extract the best from the lead pair.

Arjun (Ajmal) and Archana (Rupa) are colleagues in an advertisement agency managed by Srinivasan (Moulee). Both Arjun and Archana differ each other. The former is a callous youth, while the latter opts for perfection in all her acts.

They come together to bail out their boss from a tough financial situation. They manage to find a baby child as the model for an advertisement campaign. But there begins the story, as the child is a kidnapped one. They now go hammer and tongs to find out its real parents and also get the permission from them to allow their kid to be part of advertisement campaign.

Mouli is at his best elevating his performance scene after scene. He lends more charm and grace to his character. As an absent-minded boss, he has come with a neat show. He continues from where he had left in 'Poi Solla Porom'.

If Mouli hogs all limelight playing a cool boss, so are the dialogues by Nandhini. Reminding one of Crazy Mohan at many places, her script succeeds in evoking laughter.

Ajmal tries his best to live up to the character. Rupa Manjeri is impressive in her body language and dialogue delivery. A young child (Darshan) around whom the story revolves deserves appreciation.

The riveting colour tones of the song sequences are due to Sudhir K Choudhry's cinematography. Commendable editing by M S Surya helps the script a lot.

Music composer Mani Sharma's pleasant melodies is the hallmark of the movie. His background score too is appreciable. Placement of song sequences has been so well worked out that they do not pose a hindrance to the flow of the story.

Produced by Sathyam Cinemas and Real Image, T4 is a laughathon sure to give one a happy feel.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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