Thuppakki

With the festival of lights around the corner, what more could Tollywood ask for than Thuppakki? The who’s-who of Tollywood- A.R. Murugadoss, Harris Jayaraj, Santosh Sivan, Vijay, Sreekar Prasad, Kajal Aggarwal – have all come together in this New Tamil Movie. With each of its cast and crew having several blockbusters to their credit, expectations for Thuppakki are soaring high!

So how does a Defence Agent, Jagadish (Vijay) decide to spend his vacation? He takes of to Mumbai to spend some quality time with his family. But the parents were eagerly awaiting their son’s arrival, to make him tie the knot with Nisha (Kajal). Though the ‘to-be-bride’ seemed soft and quite, on the inside she is has a ‘die-hard’ attitude. But cupid strikes for this sassy girl and Intelligence agent. Their seemingly charted out life takes a turn when Jagadish unravels a Terrorist plot. Planted within the heart of the city are 12 deadly bombs, and its up to Jagadish to recover them before they detonate. Watch this movie on Online Theatre to find out if he succeeds.

Thuppakki is undoubtedly one of Vijay’s best releases in the past decade. The action flick not only makes the actor sleek and steamy on screen, but the character of Jagadish has tapped the apt histrionics from the versatile actor. Kajal looks adorable in this Tamil Movie. Though the actor’s character appears stereotypical, what makes it fresh is that of being a female-boxer. Vidyut Jamwal has done an impressive role as the villan, ensuring the viewer of chills through the spine. Santosh Sivan’s cinematography is outstanding as always. Surely his expertise of handling the lens has made the film look fantastic. Editing by Sreekar Prasad is superb. Harris Jayaraj pleases the ears. He has compiled excellent background scores for the film. Murugadoss has done an outstanding job transforming a simple story into a crisp and engaging one with his commendable narration. Watch this movie on www.dingora.com

Sources:

http://www.galatta.com/tamil/reviews/thuppakki/829676447/

http://entertainment.oneindia.in/tamil/reviews/2012/thuppakki-movie-review-101131.html