CAST & CREW
MORE CAST & CREW
Thozhar Venkatesan Click to look into! >> Read More... is scripted and directed by " Mahashivan Mahashivan is a Tamil film industry director. He w >> Read More... ." Hari Shankar and Monica Chinnakotla Monica Chinnakotla is a movie actress who speciali >> Read More... play the lead roles. Deva Selvam cranked the camera and Sagishna Xavier composed the music. Editing is by Mahashivan and Rajesh Kanna. “ Suseenthiran Suseenthiran was born in 1978 and his parents name >> Read More... ” produces the film along with Madhavi Hari Shankar under Kala Films banner.
Venkatesan, a physically challenged guy, files a complaint at the police station to find his vehicle. When they ask the details of his vehicle, Venkatesan’s details about his vehicle, shock them. He addressed a government bus as his vehicle. Venkatesan was a soda supplier to the shops and he is contented with what he has. He meets an accident that puts a great setback in his life. But, Venkatesan files a case and after a lot of hearings, the judges’ verdict that as a compensation to the loss created by the bus, a government bus should be provided to Venkatesan. This bus is lost now and that’s the complaint by Venkatesan. What happened to the bus? Watch the film in theaters!
Harishankar, who plays the titular role is perfect for the character and his expressions are excellent. The rest of the cast is okayish with their performance.
These kinds of movies are very rare and if it is taken, it will become a documentary kind. But, Thozhar Venkatesan is scripted and executed well. The film has humor too. So that the audience will not get bored. The dialogues are sharp and they impress the audience and make them relate to the daily happenings. However, the climax is painful. The cinematography and the music are good. As the songs travel with the story, it didn’t affect the flow of the film.
What’s Not There?
The film showcases the sad reality and it makes the audience feel for the protagonist. Thozhar Venkatesan has good performances that impress the audience.
LATEST MOVIE REVIEWS