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Thambikku Indha Ooru Movie Review  

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Thambikku Indha Ooru  Movie Review
  Movie Review : Thambikku Indha Ooru
Rating : 2.75 / 5
Banner : V.K. Media Pvt. Ltd
Cast : Bharath, Sana Khan, Madalasa Sharma, Prabhu, Vivek, Nizhalgal Ravi, Ranjith, Sampath Raj, Livingston, Aarthi and Others
Music : Dharan
Cinematography : Saalai Sahadevan
Producer: Saravanan, Bhaskar
Director: Badri
Released Date: March 08, 2010
Thambikku Indha Ooru  Kollywood Movie Review
A typical commercial tale, the story is set on the backdrop of Singapore and here is Akil (bharath), a rich boy who has got a restaurant along with his friend Cola Kumar (vivek). His father (nizhalgal ravi) is keen on getting Akil married to Priya (madalasa) but that doesn't happen since Akil is head over heels in love with Divya (sana) who is a squash champion. That's when Akil's father reveals a truth that he is an orphan and not their real son. Shattered by this, Akil decides to locate his parents and gets to know that they are in Chengelpet. He comes there from Singapore and in this process, one Kumaraswamy (prabhu) arrives helping him in his pursuit. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Thambikku Indha Ooru  Tamil Cinema Review
The director has come up with a formula story and though the presentation was good, the narrative could have been better. Dialogues were regular, the script was average and the screenplay was okay. Background score was good and two songs were well done. Cinematography was effective. Editing was crisp, costumes deserve a special pat and art department was alright. Bharath looked stylish and impressed in dance, fights but he must create his own body language and expressions instead of aping other stars. Sana Khan was a visual feast and her oomph factor is enough to give sleepless nights. Madalasa Sharma shines with her sex appeal. Nizhalgal Ravi was normal, Vivek was disappointing, Sampath Raj was standard, Livingston was okay.
Thambikku Indha Ooru  Filem Review
The film doesn't try to attempt at any experiment and this has been made purely for the masses. With enough visual glamour and oomph from the heroines along with the 'Kuthu' steps and fights, they will get their money's worth. However, this is not a variety treat and since the plot is clearly predictable, everything depends on the presentation of the film. Technically, the film was sound but since there is not many twists in the content, it is an average treat only for the front benchers. It could click at the B and C centers.

Bharatstudent Verdict: Pure mass entertainer 
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