Thiruchitrambalam Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Kalanithi Maran
- Music Director:
- Anirudh Ravichander
- Mithran Jawahar
- The performances of the stars are good
- The story is not new
- Illogical scenes
Thiruchitrambalam is a family entertainer scripted and directed by Mithran Jawahar. Sun Pictures produced the film. “Dhanush,” Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, “P Bharathiraja,” Munishkanth Ramdoss, “Sriranjani,” VJ Pappu and Aranthangi Nisha are cast. Anirudh Ravichander composed the music. Cinematographer Om Prakash cranked the camera, and Prasanna GK edited the film.
Inspector Neelakandan’s son is Thiruchitrambalam. After the death of his wife and daughter, he stays with his son Thiruchitrambalam and his aged father, Thiruchitrambalam. Jr Thiruchitrambalam is fondly called Pazham by his friends. Though he studied well, he works in a food delivery company. Pazham has a close friend, Shobana. He shares his A to Z with her. He had a love affair with Ranjani, but it failed, and he started loving Anusha. Will Anusha – Pazham make a good pair? What is Shobana’s part in this? The rest of the film deals with this.
Dhanush has done a good job, as usual. Natural acting is a cakewalk for Nithya Menen, who did justice to the given role. Prakash Raj and Bharathiraaja are good in the assigned roles. The rest of the stars are good.
The story is a combination of various hit friendship and love dramas, which we had enjoyed in the past. Though the story has no new twists, turns, and surprises, the comedy and romance work well. The dialogues are good. A few illogical scenes irk the audience. Nithya excels in many places and gets applause from the audience. Bharathiraaja is a good choice for the grandpa role. Prakash Raj didn’t get anything new. For years, he had been doing the villain roles, and now he has been doing the same old father who always has a tug of war with his son. The music by Anirudh is decent. The cinematography is good.
What’s Not There?
Though the film has nothing new to offer, it is a good time pass with some good dialogues and performances of the versatile stars.