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Endearing stories of friendship, when made as films, have always been embraced with open arms by the youth. Thiruttu Rail is one such movie that has all the essential elements of a good friendship. But has the filmmaker woven all the essential elements of a good piece? Read more to know.
A gang of buddies decides to act against a gangster who had shattered their lives. This one line is enough to showcase as to what genre the movies falls in. Being a crime thriller, the movie is having no less of the usual family sentiments, friendship acts and the ever-essential love angle (I wonder whether it is the love angle that forms a spoilsport to most of the winnable good crime thriller movies).
Rakshan should develop about acting. Charan Selvam (in the double role) fits the role of a gangster to the T; in fact, he is the show stealer. Kethi, who debuts with this movie, is good at her expressions. Pasanga Sivakumar, Mayilsamy, and Imman Annachi have done full justice to their roles.
The premise of the movie is good and Thirupathi, the director, could have very well come out with a winner. But he has yielded to the commercial elements and had given importance to unwanted scenes and romantic elements.
1. The action scenes are taken well.In fact, they are the saving grace of the movie.
2. There is a streak of mystery throughout the movie; you have got to watch the movie to experience it in screens.
3. Music by Jai Prakash complements well with the tempo of the movie.
What’s not there?
1. The first half could have been presented better.
2. Comedy is surely not the strength of the movie.
Thiruttu Rail..just a passable movie, won’t steal your hearts.
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