Dhanush’s Thiru Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Thiru Telugu Movie Review: Dhanush’s popularity is not limited to Tamil Nadu; although working in that film business, he has a sizable following across the entire country. The “Thiruchitrambalam” dub will bring him even more fame than the original “The Gray Man” dub did in Hollywood (a Tamil film). Let’s wait until August 18 when it comes out in English and Spanish and read some reviews to see if it’s worth seeing.

Thiru Telugu Movie Review

Story

Middle-class Because of his lack of intelligence, Thiru Ekambaram, popularly known as Pandu, is a messenger. Pandu’s father is always berating and insulting him for misbehaving, but his grandfather and best friend Shobana (who also lives in their complex) love him. The film chronicles Pandu’s arduous efforts to capture the heart of the woman he cares deeply for.

Cast & Crew

Dhanush stars in the film Thiru alongside Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, and Bharathiraja. Kalanidhi Maran directed the movie, and Mithran R. Jawahar was the producer. Photos by Om Prakash, music by Anirudh Ravichander. GK Prasanna edits everything before it goes public.

Movie Name Thiru
Director Mithran R Jawahar
Music Director Anirudh Ravichander
Producer Kalanidhi Maran
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Cast Dhanush, Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, Bharathiraja
Editor GK Prasanna

Verdict

Actor Dhanush has returned with a brand new film. Scenes of strong friendship, love, and emotional bonding in families, as well as fights, are good for box office returns. Recent films by Dhanush have been met with lukewarm receptions at the box office and in the over-the-top (OTT) sector. Though Thiru is a fairly straightforward film, it succeeds thanks to the strong performances and seamless teamwork of its cast in several pivotal scenes. Some parts of the film will make viewers feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Dhanush is quite endearing in the role of Thiru Ekambaram/Pandu. He lends some much-needed humour to a couple other passages and hits the perfect emotional note throughout. Nitya Menen is given a substantial role that allows her to showcase her acting abilities; she performs the role with the same ease and competence that she has shown in her previous films. Raashi Khanna and Priya Bhavani Shankar, two of the film’s stars, both feel good about their performances. The rest of the cast played important roles in the film’s success, alongside Prakash Raj and Bharathiraja.

The technical aspects of the film appear to be strong. It’s clear that Anirudh has put a lot of effort into the composition of these songs, and they sound great, but they fall short of the standards set by his devoted following. Sun Pictures is notorious for its overuse of bright colours, despite the fact that director Om Prakash generally does a good job with his films.

Dhanush has worked with director Mithran Jawahar before on Tamil adaptations of Telugu hits, but this time around, the director came up with his own tale, which isn’t very fascinating and needs a lot of effort to attract more people.

The drama Thiru has plenty of comedic moments, making it enjoyable for the whole family.

Rating: 3/5

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