Thimiru Pudichavan Movie Review

Police constable Vijay Antony lives along with his younger brother in a village. After a quarrel between the siblings, the brother leaves the house.

After a certain period Vijay Antony comes to Chennai and becomes the witness of a murder. It is Vijay Antony’s brother who is the murderer and he is killed in encounter.

Vijay Antony blames himself for not taking good care of his brother and vows to reform all juveniles in his area. This leads to the tracking down of Deena who uses juveniles to perform crimes. Was he able to succeed in his mission forms the rest.

Vijay Antony as a man who suffers from insomnia and cannot handle high or low pressure has enhanced as an actor from his previous flicks and has changed his body language to suit that of a cop with his touch.

His dialogue delivery, acting especially in the emotional scenes, are noteworthy. Nivetha Pethuraj has indeed got a different role to play and comes throughout the movie.

She also fills in the role of a comedian with his guffaws. Antagonist Deena has nothing much to do in the movie and is your regular Kollywood villain. But he has performed well.

Director Ganeshaa has taken up a novel plot and has delivered a strong message. However, he could have concentrated on the presentation as well which would have made the movie a bit more crisp and interesting.

Vijay Antony has also scored the music for the movie. Songs are already a hit and the BGM too has come out well. Cinematography by Richard M Nathan is crystal clear with some stunning visuals.

Thimiru Pudichavan is another movie which has Vijay Antony’s stamp all over it.
Raring: 3.5/5 – Attitude & Aptitude