|The legend is back once again!|
Thoongavanam Review – Kamal’s back with another Deepavali release with a remake of a French movie.
|Like father, like son?|
Diwakar (Kamal Haasan) is attached with Narcotics Control Bureau who stumbles upon a large amount of drug with his partner on duty. While on his way to try and find out who is the mole in his department, his son is kidnapped by a club owner cum drug dealer, Vittal Rao (Prakash Raj) in exchange for the bag containing the drugs. Also hot on his heels is another police officer, Mallika (Trisha) who suspects that Diwakar is involved with the drug ring. Left with no choice Diwakar brings the bag to Vittal’s club and all hell breaks loose when misunderstanding and confusion takes over the situation. Will Diwakar be able to save his son and clear his name?
|#amekko!!! version Kamal Haasan!|
No words to describe the brilliance of Kamal Hasaan in this movie just like any of his movies. This legend is simply brilliant, period. Kudos to his supporting cast as well because both Trisha and Prakash were superb as an officer and crook respectively. One ‘weird’ thing was there were no ‘sing and dance’ scene in the movie at all. The location was also pretty much revolved around the club, Insomia. Since it is a remake, the storyline was already there, it just needed the ‘Kamal effect’ which he managed to infuse with the usual comedy line and action sequence.