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“ Thodra” is scripted and directed by Madhu Raj and produced by S Jai Chandra under the banner JS Aboorva production. The music composition by RN Uthamaraja and the background score is by Naveen Shanker. Senthil Kumar cranked the camera and Rajesh Kannan edited the movie. Thodra has the star cast of Prithvi Rajan, Veena Nandhakumar, MS Kumaran, A Venkatesh, Cool Suresh, Theepetti Ganesan, “Susan” and Prabhanjan.
Prithvirajan and Veena fall in love with each other. Prithvi belongs to a middle-class family and Veena is from a wealthy family. Not only the status, but the caste also differs. Their family gets to know about their relationship and they decided to end their relationship in a tricky way, but the lovers elope and tie the Knot. Veena's dad who had been angry that his daughter spoiled his reputation, got a heart attack. What did Veena do after she comes to know that her dad is ill? Did she visit her family? What happens next? Watch the movie in theatres!
Prithvirajan and Veena had done their part well. The supporting stars have performed as per the direction of Madhuraj.
Madhuraj has chosen a decade old story with the same old sequences. Prithvirajan, who had been aiming at a success, had promoted this movie through a lot of movie stars, but his promotions had gone in vain, as the screenplay is not engaging. Although Prithvi had done his part well, the Script and screenplay should have been better to entertain the audiences. We had seen a lot of honor killings, caste issues for the past two or three decades and this film is not different from that. If the narration and the screenplay had been better, there might be a chance for the film to take Prithvirajan into the next stage in his career.
What's Not There?
Even though the movie doesn't have a big star cast with the good script and the screenplay it would have definitely reached the audiences, through the word of mouth. But the screenplay and the script are the big villains of this film. The film is not a Must-watch one!
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