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Aravind is a cab driver. He was a police informer too. Someone murdered him, and Vasu, who works in a pub, witnesses his body and informs the police. Bhupati Raju, the police officer, and Varaha Murthy, a lawyer, deal with the case. They flip and pull Vasu into the case. As a result, Vasu was unnecessarily blamed and had been sent to prison. After eight years, he gets bail. Ramchandra, a young advocate, takes this challenging case to prove Vasu is innocent. Did he succeed? Who is the real murderer? The rest of the film deals with it.
Satyadev fits well in the role and gives a sound performance as an advocate. Ankith Koyya has done a good job. His expressions are appreciable. Priyanka Jawalkar has nothing big to do.
Except for a few changes, the director had not changed anything in the story. It is a perfect remake. A lot of scenes are there to appreciate the director and the lead stars. Thanks to the original makers! The screenplay is engaging, and we have to appreciate Sharan for his excellence in narrating. The investigative track should have been shot better. The romantic track is the thing that didn’t fit in the context. The BGM and cinematography are quite decent.
What’s Not There?
Thimmarasu is a worthy remake with neat performances. If we sideline the unnecessary tracks and watch the film, it is a decent thriller.