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Thangaratham movie review: A Tamil romantic action drama

Thangaratham movie review: A Tamil romantic action drama
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Thangaratham movie is a Tamil movie starring Vetri in the lead roles along with Neeraja, Aadithi Krishna and Aadukalam Naren in prominent roles. It is set against the backdrop of village vegetable mandi. It is entertaining but not so eye catchy movie. The plot of the movie revolves around the life of a boy who carries vegetable to the market. It is the romantic action drama with loads of entertainment. But you may get bored at a point when it introducing the life of Mandi boy. This movie also stars Soundararajan, Naan Kadavul Rajendran, and Naren in supporting roles for making it full of action.

Vetri is an actor who was seen in the movies like ‘Strawberry’ and ‘Enakkul Oruvan’, now seen in this rural entertainer directed by Bala Murugan. Director Balamurugan is one of the noted directors who narrated the story of youngsters with several crisps of action, romance and drama. It is a youthful story which deals with the problems of life and the journey of hope.

The first half of the movie introducing the characters and the life of Mandi boy. Meanwhile, Vetri falls in love Aditi who is a sister of Villian Soundararajan. He owns one tempo and there is a professional rivalry between Vetri and him. As expected Vetri becomes the enemy of Soundararajan who attempts to play spoiler between Vetri and Aditi love. Where Naren plan to save Vetri from Soundararajan’s anger. But the plan of Naren put everyone’s lives into confusion. The climax of the movie is what happens then and whether Vetri is able to join hands with his ladylove forms an emotional. Vetri, Soundararajan and Aditi play their roles with full expressions and are the right choice for the role. This movie is blended with romance, comedy, action and emotions. Although it seems like a T.V. serials at times, it is good for a one-time watch.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.