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THAMBIKKU INDHA OORU MOVIE REVIEW
Review by : Behindwoods review board
Starring: : Bharath, Sana Khan, Madalasa.
Direction: Badri
Music: Dharan
Production: V.K Media Pvt Ltd
Thambikku Indha Ooru is the routine subject that has been ground and reground innumerable times in Tamil cinema with different stars. This time around director Badri (Veerappu fame) tries the path that has often been trodden with Bharath, Sana Khan and Madalasa in lead cast with a title which bears resemblance to superstar’s yesteryear hit.

Bharath runs a five star hotel in Singapore who falls in love with a Squash champion Sana Khan who accepts his love but decides to settle down in marital bliss only after she achieves a considerable position in squash. Meanwhile in a birthday party, Bharath realizes that his biological parents are not the ones with whom he has been raised for so long. He sets out on a mission (!) to unravel the mystery shrouding his lineage and reaches Chennai. The events that follow his Chennai trip form the rest of this unexciting film.
  Thambikku Indha Ooru

Story till this point moves at a languid pace. Prabhu appears fifteen minutes before the interval and energizes the film for some time and with his fading out, it falls flat again. Whenever Prabhu materializes, story surfaces and vice versa. Director could have just shown this part alone and the duration of our ordeal would have been considerably lessened. On the whole, the narration lags, screen play meanders and the film flounders.

Vivek, in the name of comedy dishes out some despicable double entendres while M S Bhaskar’s antics are just about ok. On the whole humor component in TIO is something that is unforgettable.

However Bharath is sincere in this anachronistic venture and showcases his skills in an earnest manner. Sana Khan who sizzled in Silambattam does not have much scope but all the same does her role satisfactorily. Madalasa is just another addition. Nizhalgal Ravi and Thalaivasal Vijay form the supporting cast.

Nothing to say about Dharan’s music.

It indeed requires expertise to deliver entertaining and engaging masala flicks but due to the inept screenplay, TIO loses fizz and falls flat
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Verdict: Only for hardcore masalaphiles!

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