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Thamassu Movie Review
  Movie Review : Thamassu
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Megha Movies
Cast : Shivarajakumar, Padmapriya, Nazer, Asif, Yash, Sharath Lohitashwa, Girish Mattanavar, Jai Jagdish, Harshika Poonacha, Shobaraj, Sudha Belawadi and Others
Music : Sandeep Chowta
Cinematography : Sundernath Suvarna
Producer: Syed Amin, Ravindra
Director: Agni Sridhar
Released Date: June 11, 2010
Thamassu Sandalwood Movie Review
A well knit tale, the story begins with the Hindu-Muslim riots in the Tannery road in Bangalore. In comes ACP Shankar to resolve the situation but he is hit badly. He takes shelter in the house of Nazer Khan (nasser) and his daughter Amrin (harshika). The father- daughter takes care of Shankar very well and he discovers that he has killed their son Imran Khan (yash) as part of his duty. In no time, he gets close to the family and also reveals about his love life with Dr Shanti (padmapriya). However, the time comes when Shankar decides to find the root cause for this and reaches Mastan (sharat). What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Thamassu Kannada Cinema Review
The director has come up with a sensitive storyline and both his presentation and narrative were good. The dialogues were thought provoking, the script was neat and the screenplay was impressive. Background score was nice and two songs are worth taking home. The real showstealer is the cinematography which captured the moments brilliantly. Art department did a good job while costumes were apt. Editing could have been sharper at few places. Shivarajkumar was impressive and he carried out his role well, Padmapriya was stunningly beautiful and has also acted very well. Nasser was natural, Harshika looked sensuous, Yash was okay, Sharath did his bit as required, Girish failed to impress, the others contributed in their own way.
Thamassu Filem Review
The film is set on the backdrop of Hindu-Muslim riots which in itself is a sensitive thing to take up but then the director has handled it effectively and sensibly. While the first half goes about in a steady pace, the real momentum picks up in the second half and leads to an interesting climax. There were few places where things could have been avoided but that didn't happen. Overall, the film will appeal to the masses and also to Shivarajkumar fans. Given the controversy it went through, the film is bound to reap profits. 
Bharatstudent Verdict: Hard hitting yet sensitive
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