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      Default Thanaa Serndha Koottam

      Venue: Novo Ibn Battuta, 9:40 pm
      Status: Around 70%

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      Inspired/influenced by the notable Neeraj Pandey work Special 26, Thanaa Sendra Kootam (TSK) is about how a jobless youth decides to form a fake 'CBI investigation' team of good-hearted people, who steal funds from the rich and corrupt. When the real team catches wind of the deception, they leave no stone unturned to catch the conmen.

      Direction and script

      Vignesh Sivan has kept up a pacy and entertaining style to proceedings throughout. He has managed to infuse a lot of humour and colour to the narrative, though the script is predictable and sometimes illogical (especially towards the end). The witty one-liners keep coming and more than the raids themselves, it's the humour between the protagonists that make TSK a worthy watch. Music by Anirudh is a mixed bag, with Sodakku and the title song making a real impact, but the songs involving Surya and Keerthi are terrible. While the climax is a weak point overall, the post-credits scene is simply hilarious.

      Performances

      Surya is as charming and young-looking as ever, and is really having a riot here. His costumes and various looks are a particular highlight. Ramya Krishnan does a neat job as an alternately funny and poker-faced 'officer'. The rest of the team deliver laughs in spades. On the other side, Karthik is a little over the top in his portrayal of the real CBI Officer, while Suresh Menon is far more convincing. Keerthi Suresh is a disappointment with her non-expressions and general characterisation which acts as a downer and speed breaker during the film.

      Overall, TSK is an entertaining diversion packed with an energetic and charming turn by Surya

      Verdict: Paisa Vasool
      Rating: 3.5/5

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      thanks

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aravind Krishnan View Post
      Venue: Novo Ibn Battuta, 9:40 pm
      Status: Around 70%

      Storyline

      Inspired/influenced by the notable Neeraj Pandey work Special 26, Thanaa Sendra Kootam (TSK) is about how a jobless youth decides to form a fake 'CBI investigation' team of good-hearted people, who steal funds from the rich and corrupt. When the real team catches wind of the deception, they leave no stone unturned to catch the conmen.

      Direction and script

      Vignesh Sivan has kept up a pacy and entertaining style to proceedings throughout. He has managed to infuse a lot of humour and colour to the narrative, though the script is predictable and sometimes illogical (especially towards the end). The witty one-liners keep coming and more than the raids themselves, it's the humour between the protagonists that make TSK a worthy watch. Music by Anirudh is a mixed bag, with Sodakku and the title song making a real impact, but the songs involving Surya and Keerthi are terrible. While the climax is a weak point overall, the post-credits scene is simply hilarious.

      Performances

      Surya is as charming and young-looking as ever, and is really having a riot here. His costumes and various looks are a particular highlight. Ramya Krishnan does a neat job as an alternately funny and poker-faced 'officer'. The rest of the team deliver laughs in spades. On the other side, Karthik is a little over the top in his portrayal of the real CBI Officer, while Suresh Menon is far more convincing. Keerthi Suresh is a disappointment with her non-expressions and general characterisation which acts as a downer and speed breaker during the film.

      Overall, TSK is an entertaining diversion packed with an energetic and charming turn by Surya

      Verdict: Paisa Vasool
      Rating: 3.5/5
      Does the movie follows the illogical heist in the climax of the original?

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      Quote Originally Posted by intexaqua View Post
      Does the movie follows the illogical heist in the climax of the original?
      The heist is Pretty much the same and thereafter the film turns a bit preachy where Surya and the police officer play to the gallery in a shoot out scene...

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      Quote Originally Posted by intexaqua View Post
      Does the movie follows the illogical heist in the climax of the original?
      Illogical? That was the only thing which actually happened at Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri shop. Rest were fiction.

      NB. Police suspected at that time that the main guy was from Trivandrum!!!. He might even have watched the movie with grandchildren at Aerisplex!!!! Who knows...

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      Credits kayinju scene undo??

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      Quote Originally Posted by abhi reddevil View Post
      Credits kayinju scene undo??
      During the credits itself there is a scene.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aravind Krishnan View Post
      The heist is Pretty much the same and thereafter the film turns a bit preachy where Surya and the police officer play to the gallery in a shoot out scene...
      That part spoiled the show imo

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