Dhanush has once again knocked the door of the box office with Thodari thus presenting a romantic thriller film on September 23. With the ongoingmonsoon season, Dhanush and Keerthi Suresh starrer latest Tamil language movie will give you chills and thrills along with sweet, romantic, innocent feeling for 2 hours 48 minutes at a stretch. The day it’s trailer hit the social site the film gathered apretty good amount of viewership. People have been watching and loving Dhanush, whatsoever, and this time, it seems a level might just get an increase. Thus, with lots of positive notions in hands, let’s dive into Thodari review, rating, plotline, and much more.
Thodari (2016) Star Cast
- Dhanush as Poochiyappan
- Keerthy Suresh as Saroja
- Thambi Ramaiah
- Ganesh Venkatraman
Thodari (2016) Plot/StoryLine
The Tamil movie’s story revolves around a speeding train where a girl meets a boy on top of the locomotive unknown to the fact that few hijackers are hiding on the same way, just a few boggy behind. The thrilling experience starts when local police starta search operation. Confronting police, developing a relationship, falling in love innocently, etc. all has been picturised on top of the train. Will Dhanush get the girl, or what happens when police catch the hidden hijackers?The story gives answers to all such question in a beautiful manner.
Watch The Official Trailer of Thodari Here
Thodari (2016) Acting Review
Dhanush is unparalleled a brilliant actor wherein Keerthi Suresh has done marvellous looks. Although, most of the public are going gaga over her beautiful innocent looks but not to forget her acting which is equally competitive like Dhanush. Rest of the cast has out up a commendable work thus making the Tamil language film intriguing at every scene. With all the sustainable actors in Thodari, we give acting review 4 out of 5.
Thodari (2016) Direction & Music Review
Filmmaker PrabhuSolomon has done a brilliant work of art and thanking him for gifting us such a beautifully staged film. Although few of them did not like the graphic work but the cinematography stood firm and unbeatable. The picturization is worth noticing whereas some of the location will take your breath out. Well, along with the beautiful direction not to forget the background /music score. The music has been used appropriately whereverit’s required as well as playful notes which would bound you to hum continuously. Our team gives Thodari direction 4.7 out of 5 and Music 3.5 out of 5.
Thodari (2016) Positive Review or Negative Review
Dhanush’s latest Tamil language movie got an opening with mixed reviews. Audiences gave mixed reactions for first half whereas the critic gave a good reaction for overall film. The second half is good enough to enjoy along with filled with thrills and action which eventually overcomes the loophole for the first half. The comedy sequences are quite sleazy with no natural humour churning out from the dialogues. Also, the graphics are a bit perturbing and seems deliberated. However, the action sequences and a sweet chemistry between Dhanush and KeerthiSuresh is simply adorable which fills all the negative points of the feature film. Thus, on a good note, Thodari gathers a positive review from viewers, critics, and of course our team.
Thodari (2016) Movie Rating
Critics Rating: 3 out of 5
Audience Rating: 4 out of 5
Direction: 4.7 out of 5
Music Score: 3 out of 5
Acting: 4.5 out of 5
Thodari (2016) Final Verdict
Dhanush has always come up with good story base with an invincible performance in all the films. He knows how to reign in Tamil industry, a mind-boggling appearance in Malayalam film and nonetheless Bollywood where he gave two blockbuster films thus leaving everybody surprised as well as awe-struck with his brilliant Hindi dialect and performance. Thodari which means Train is an experience of two people innocently in love hovering thrill and action through their train journey. Henceforth the final verdict of Thodari is a Must Watch; if you really love a romantic thriller with the brilliant performance given by all the actors.