Thiruthani is the latest Perarasu flick to hit the screens, and this movie too does not deviate from the director’s typical commercial way of narration. The director has tried to present the same old commercial stuff with a different casting, but still when you do not have a good script, you are about to fail for sure. While the Tamil cinema industry has been witnessing such flicks since a long time now, it stills wonders how filmmakers like Perarasu always come up with same kind of script, which once entertained the audiences but disappoints them now.
Here is the story of Thiruthani. Velu (Bharath) is a gym instructor. As usual, he has a lovely family full of sentimental people and he also finds a girl called Sugisha (Sunaina), who is an orphan. He meets an ex – army – man Duraipandi (Raj Kiran), who is impressed by his action bravado. Duraipandi wants Velu in helping him clear the social problems by destroying wrong – doers. However, Velu decides not to go along with Duraipandi. Unfortunately, Velu, then, meets with an accident and he has only six months to live his life. He wants to do something useful and gets back to Duraipandi to become the evil – destroyer Thiruthani!
Thirthuani’s narration is as clichéd as it can be. The movie starts with a hero fight and then an introduction song. Then come the family sentiments, which is followed by heroine appearance and love segment. A few songs here and there and something unfortunate happen. Later, the hero gets his vision right and sets out things to solve the problems of the society. And finally, highly clichéd action sequences and climax.
It just seems as if Perarasu has thought that people would appreciate his movie, with just trying hard to manage just with the emotional sentiments and clichéd sparks-flying action sequences. Bharath, on the other had tries to portray an angry man, but his baby face does not help him a bit.
Overall, Thiruthani has the same old commercial stuff, which does not ask for a watch!