Thiru Telugu dubbed Movie Review: Dhanush has a huge fan base throughout all of India despite being a part of the Tamil film industry. He made a splash in Hollywood with “The Gray Man” and is now prepared to give audiences more laughs in the “Thiruchitrambalam” dub (a Tamil film). Let’s read a thorough evaluation of the film before deciding if it’s worth our time when it premiered in theatres on August 18 in both languages.
Middle-class Due to his lack of intelligence, Thiru Ekambaram, also known as Pandu, works as a messenger. Despite the fact that Pandu’s father often scolds and belittles him for his mischief, his grandfather and best friend Shobana, who also lives in their apartment complex, adore him. The story of Pandu’s struggle to earn the love of the woman he truly loves is told in the movie.
Cast & Crew
In the movie Thiru, Dhanush plays the lead role alongside Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, and Bharathiraja. The movie was made by Kalanidhi Maran and was directed by Mithran R. Jawahar. Om Prakash took the photos, while Anirudh Ravichander created the music. Editing is done by GK Prasanna.
|Director||Mithran R Jawahar|
|Music Director||Anirudh Ravichander|
|Genre||Drama, Comedy, Romance|
|Cast||Dhanush, Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, Bharathiraja|
The actor Dhanush is back in the game thanks to this new movie, which has strong sequences of friendship, love, emotional bonding in families, and commercial elements like fights. Dhanush’s most recent movies have flopped at the box office and in the over-the-top (OTT) market. Thiru succeeds despite its simplicity because of its ensemble members’ outstanding performances and their believable chemistry in a number of pivotal scenes. The movie contains heartwarming scenes that will connect with a variety of audiences.
In terms of performance, Dhanush’s portrayal of Thiru Ekambaram / Pandu is adorable; he achieves the right emotional balance and also offers some much-needed laughter in a few other scenarios. Nitya Menen is given a significant role that gives her the chance to show off her skills, and she performs just as well and naturally as in her previous movies. Raashi Khanna and Priya Bhavani Shankar, two actors, are happy with their performances. The other members of the cast, in addition to Prakash Raj and Bharathiraja, were instrumental in the movie’s success.
The technical aspects of the movie appear adequate. The songs Anirudh has written sound fantastic, but they fall short of the calibre that his fans have grown to expect from him. Although Om Prakash does a passable job as the director, Sun Pictures is known for its oversaturated color schemes.
Director Mithran Jawahar, who previously worked with Dhanush to remake Telugu blockbusters in Tamil, has created his own plot, which is only marginally enjoyable and needs a lot more work to draw in more viewers.
In conclusion, Thiru is a lighthearted drama that is appropriate for the whole family.