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6 THIRUDA THIRUDI - TAMIL MOVIE

 STARRING : DHANUSH, SAYA SINGH          DIRECTOR : SUBRAMANIAM SIVA

 MUSIC : DHINA      PRODUCTION : S.K.KRISHNAKANTH

 NANJILONLINE MOVIE RATING :

In Thiruda Thirudi, Dhanush, who is on a high following the success of Thulluvatho Illamai and Kadhal Kondein, seems to have shed his image of a adolescent youth and has played the role of a romantic hero.

Directed by Subramaniam Siva and produced by Krishnakanth, the movie revolves around two - Dhanush and a new comer Saya Singh.

The movie begins at Srirangam, where Dhanush and Saya Singh come across each other and often quarrel. Meanwhile, worried about Dhanush freaking out with his friends (Karunas and co), his father sends him to Chennai for work.

Incidentally, Saya Singh comes and settles in the same apartment where Dhanush resides. They lock horns with one another again.

Thanks to his hard work and determination, Dhanush wins the admiration of his father, who comes to Chennai to see him. Finally, Saya Singh and Dhanush realise that both have actually fallen in love and the rest is how the two convey their love and get married.

The movie moves at a brisk pace interspersed with good humour thanks to the encounters of Dhanush and Karunas in Tiruchi. Five Star fame Krishna plays the role of Dhanush's brother and seems to have played his role to perfection.

Dhanush who has proved his acting credentials in his first two films seems to get stronger in Thiruda Thirudi. He looks at his best in dance and stunt sequences.

Sukhi roped in for glamour does nothing but appear for a peppy number and a few scenes. Karunas has at last succeeded in evoking laughter.

Noted playback singer Manickam Vinayagam, who has acted as Dhanush's father has justified his selection.

Music director Dhina deserves special mention for his peppy numbers. Especially Manmadharasa and Vandar Kuzhali are foot-tapping. Unfortunately, Dhina has been a letdown in terms of re-recording, where he seems to have experimented with new sounds.

All in all, director Subramaniam Siva deserves special mention for giving a thorough entertainer which is sure to attract youngsters to theatres.

Courtesy: Net Sources

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