Genre: Crime * a vicious act not necessarily punishable by law, an unrest cop has been troubled in all situations and script dragged into thrilled which made the audience into feeling intense pleasurable excitement.
Synopsis: The film “Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru” deepens his enquiry and the guy had ascertained infamous people from north India does a violent fling all over the country. The film tracks out with true incidence, which make the base for the eccentrics. . A cop who is experiencing an unexpected surprise when he takes an old (1995-2005) looting case file and he instantly calls the head for the functioning.
Story: The director Vinoth has opted the notable ‘Operation Bawaria’ guides by the then Inspector-General of Police (North Zone) S. R. Jangid and his team, as they arrested stealer from North India for carrying out law-breaking and robberies in Tamil Nadu. The director Vinoth tracks towards the pastness, where we look it through the eyes of a young police officer, Theeran Thirumaran (Karthi) was an erect cop and the capacity of analysis everything in the society
The police officer asks about the case details and the fellow recollects the train periods. How the crime and murder was happening in those days and the felons switched off his life in a different way. The flick was set up on existent life incidents and this film made the viewers to eager up in every sequel.
The actor Karthi shown his excellence by the performances, the director Vinoth pictured the realistic befell in the quondam period, which make the audience to watch the movie in a concerning way. The BGM of Gibran feels like fascinating focus of this film.
Verdict: Curious, beyond or diverging from the usual or expected
Cast: Karthi * Theeran Thirumaran
Rakul Preet Singh * Priya Theeran
Abhimanyu Singh * Oma
Bose Venkat * Sathya
Manobala * Priya’s father
Written and directed * H. Vinoth
Produced by * S. R. Prakashbabu and
S. R. Prabhu
Music by * Ghibran
Cinematography * Sathyan Sooryan
Edited by * Shivanandeeswaran
Production company * Dream Warrior Pictures
Distributed by * Reliance Entertainment
by Deepa Vijendra Rao