Thani Oruvan Movie Review

Thani Oruvan Movie Review
Thani Oruvan Movie Review

Cast: Jayam Ravi, Aravind Swamy, Nayanthara

Director: Mohan Raja

Music Director: Hiphop Tamizha Adhi

Cinematography: Ramji

Editor: Gopikrishna.V

Mithran (Jayam Ravi) and his group of friends are IPS officers in probation who embark upon a secret night journey to nib the crimes happening in the city. While others in the group feeling frustrated after knowing that the criminals they nabbed by risking their lives get scot free due to the loopholes in the system.

However Mithran has his own secret mission. With his research he has already identified that the most of the small crimes are the starting points of a big conspiracy and he decides to destroy the perpetrator of one such conspiracy so that at least a hundred criminals would be killed.

In his search for such a mastermind he discovers Siddharth Ambhimanyu (Aravind Swamy) the Padma Sri award winning scientist as the mastermind of a huge conspiracy in pharmaceutical industry and also the one having a clout in real estate and minerals mafia.

The rest is what may be called as one of the most engaging games between the clever Siddharth and the cop Mithran unfolding onscreen.

The cat and mouse game between Jeyam Ravi and the handsome baddie Aravind swamy is totally different from the list of previous thriller scripts in tamil. But Aravind swamy who used to harm everyone and made them fear with his actions and stunning looks. Nayanthara brings in beautiful color for this script and proved her worth with subtle and clever expressions.

Cinematographer Ramji brings the sheen, gloss and strength to the frames with his lighting and angle. Hip Hop Tamizha Aadhi's rerecording is one of the pillars of the film. His Songs, BGM and tracks gel with the story. Gopikrishna has seamlessly connected the scenes and has ensured that there is never a dull moment in the film.

Mohan Raja delivers a commercial entertainer with all its necessary elements in an intelligent manner and in an engaging fashion.

Thani Oruvan Movie Review