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. Dinesh Kannan and Vinodkumar produced the film under Sixer Entertainment and Mini Studio banners.
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, Subash Selvam, Ananya Ramprasad,
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are in the main roles. Sathish Raghunathan composed the music.
Athira is a cop who got her posting in Chennai. While traveling on a bus, she meets Arjun. Soon they become friends. Athira joins the duty, and there awaits a big shock for her in the debut case. Her childhood friend Deepa Surya is murdered, and Athira had to deal with the case. What is the motive behind the murder? What is Arjun’s part in this murder mystery? Did Athira find the murderer? The rest of the film deals with it.
Whether it is a mother role or a village girl, Aishwarya does it in style. She fixes well with the characters and finishes her part with ease. This is one of such characters that fit the talented girl, and she enjoyed her part, like eating ice cream. Ananya is excellent in her role. She emotes extremely well and receives applause. The rest of the characters had done what is required.
The story is okay, the screenplay is okay, but the logic? Athira is a cop, and she meets a guy on bus travel. All of a sudden, how could one fell for an unknown guy? That sounds weird. But, the twists and turns in the film are properly timed, and they create a new expectation in every scene. The toping on the cake is the climax, which is well-made. Although some logical loopholes and the director is criticized, he receives appreciation for his unexpected climax. The choice of artists is also made finely. The cinematography and BGM are quite decent. The dialogues are good.
What’s Not There?
With the performance of the leads and the engaging screenplay by the director, the film makes the audience sit till the end. The unexpected climax impresses the viewers, and kudos to the director. Thittam Irandu – watch-worthy.