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Thadam scripted and directed by Magizh Thirumeni is a whodunit kind. The film is produced by Inder Kumar under the banner Redhan The Cinema People. LYCA Productions distributed the film. Santhosh Narayanan composed the music. Sakthi Saravanan cranked the camera and NB Srikanth edited the film. The film has Arun Vijay, Tanya Hope, Smruthi Venkat, Vidya Pradeep, Sonia Agarwal, Soori, FEFSI Vijayan, Meera Krishnan, Yogi Babu, Chaams and Aadukalam Naren. For the first time, Arun Vijay has played a dual role.
Ezhil is doing construction business and he is in love with Deepika. They are getting ready for their marriage. Kavin and Suruli involve in stealing and lead their life happily. Kavin is a selfish guy and that’s why he doesn’t understand Ananthi’s love for him. Meanwhile, a murder takes place in the city. Upon the photo evidence, the police catch Ezhil. At a certain point, they get Kavin into the case. The senior cop Gopalakrishnan wanted his junior Malarvizhi to deal with the case. Malar is confused and she is clueless about the murderer, although she researched a lot. Did she get any clue and solve the case? Who is the killer? Watch the film to get the answer to this question.
Arun Vijay has performed well. But there should have been some more changes added for both the roles. Tanya Hope has done her role perfect in the given time. Vidya Pradeep’s role is excellent and she had lived in the cop role.
Magizh Thirumeni is one among the few directors, who could do their best in the crime thriller genre. His Thadaiyara Thaaka and Megaman are the best examples for his excellence in the genre. Although the first half seems to be slightly lagging, the second half is fantastic with the excellent screenplay. The script is good and the director has worked hard to make it impressive with his execution. Yet, the film is slow in certain places. Magizh had untied the knots one by one, interestingly. The romantic portions are excellent and the director proves once again that he is the disciple to Gautham Menon. Characterization is superb and detailing is perfect too.
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Although Thadam tests your patience at some places, you will definitely feel good while coming out of the theaters.
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