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SK NOV 21 MOVIE TAMIL MOVIE REVIEW

Review By : Release Date : Nov 30,2017 Movie Run Time : 1 hour 52 minutes Censor Rating : U

SK NOV 21 MOVIE TAMIL CAST & CREW
Production: Amma New Creations Cast: Kajal Agarwal, Vijay Direction: Sukumar

How many films have we seen where a cop goes beyond the line of duty to bring down a menacing, barbarous killer and his henchmen! Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru too belongs in that genre, talking about a gritty, honest police officer who stands against invincible dacoits.

The director wastes no time in starting his story right from where the credits roll. To what begins as another crime thriller gets really captivating as the narrative unfolds. One can hazard a guess at the in depth research from the director, which has helped him add elements that are informative and engaging. Like a persevering magician, he doesn’t throw all his tricks at you, but waits for the right time to unravel the backstories to the crime, one at a time, so that the viewing experience doesn’t get theoretical.

Two things work in favor of the film, the intense suspense drama and the pace in which Theeran travels. The action sequences, in particular, have clicked really well. Action director Dhilip Subbarayan deserves an applause for some breathtaking stunt sequences.

Karthi, donning the khakhi for the second time, is exceptional. Fit than ever and quick with his action moves, he has also seemingly worked on his voice modulation to make the titular character sound stern and rough. Comparisons are bound to arise with Siruthai, but this performance stands fresh.

Rakul Preet in her brief appearance shows grace. Her love portion with Karthi works in parts. It starts refreshingly, but as the core story unfolds, typically the love track takes a backseat. The romance becomes a distraction, especially during the second half.

Bose Venkat in a meaty role brings his sharp expertise to the table. Abhimanyu Singh playing the ruthless villain is the perfect foil to Karthi. Save for Sathyan and Manobala, most supporting actors are relatively new.

Theeran guarantees a no holds barred entertainment for just about anyone, but it also comes with its share of pitfalls. Cliches in the love portion and excessive gore could have been avoided. Some might feel the film to be noisy and violent.

Verdict: Verdict - Triple Vijay - Triple impact!!!!

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3.25
( 3.25 / 5.0 )

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Review by : Behindwoods Review Board Album Release Date : Nov 01,2017

How many films have we seen where a cop goes beyond the line of duty to bring down a menacing, barbarous killer and his henchmen! Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru too belongs in that genre, talking about a gritty, honest police officer who stands against invincible dacoits.

The director wastes no time in starting his story right from where the credits roll. To what begins as another crime thriller gets really captivating as the narrative unfolds. One can hazard a guess at the in depth research from the director, which has helped him add elements that are informative and engaging. Like a persevering magician, he doesn’t throw all his tricks at you, but waits for the right time to unravel the backstories to the crime, one at a time, so that the viewing experience doesn’t get theoretical.

Two things work in favor of the film, the intense suspense drama and the pace in which Theeran travels. The action sequences, in particular, have clicked really well. Action director Dhilip Subbarayan deserves an applause for some breathtaking stunt sequences.

Karthi, donning the khakhi for the second time, is exceptional. Fit than ever and quick with his action moves, he has also seemingly worked on his voice modulation to make the titular character sound stern and rough. Comparisons are bound to arise with Siruthai, but this performance stands fresh.

Rakul Preet in her brief appearance shows grace. Her love portion with Karthi works in parts. It starts refreshingly, but as the core story unfolds, typically the love track takes a backseat. The romance becomes a distraction, especially during the second half.

Bose Venkat in a meaty role brings his sharp expertise to the table. Abhimanyu Singh playing the ruthless villain is the perfect foil to Karthi. Save for Sathyan and Manobala, most supporting actors are relatively new.

Theeran guarantees a no holds barred entertainment for just about anyone, but it also comes with its share of pitfalls. Cliches in the love portion and excessive gore could have been avoided. Some might feel the film to be noisy and violent.

Verdict: Verdict - Triple Vijay - Triple impact!!!!
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