Review by : Lakshmanan Dhoni
M. Senthil Kumar
An action thriller sans a strong storyline never appeased masses. But here comes Thirunaal. The movie has enough in it to engage the attention of the masses, thanks to swift screenplay and enough moments to provide you fun and thrills.
Directed by P S Ramnath, the movie stars Jiiva, Nayanthara, Karunaas, Sarath Lohitaswa, Joe Malluri among others and music is by Srikanth Deva.
The film unfolds in Kumbakonam and it has Jiiva playing a macho-man who carries the entire burden on his shoulders. He plays a rugged youngster who has a lot to achieve.And giving right company to Jiiva is Nayanthara.
She is expressive as usual and elevates the movie to greater heights with her performance.Karunaas plays an unusual role and both Sarath and Joe Malluri does a wonderful job.
The rest of cast are adequate and give their best.The high point of the movie are the dialogues. Ramnath has carefully penned the dialogues that suits the story well.
Jiiva is called Blade who is always in the side of a rowdy Naga (Sarath Lohitaswa). He commits murder At one point Blade does a murder for Naga takes up blame for a murder and goes to prison.
Thanks to Naga (Sarath Lohitaswa), he comes out of the prison before completing his term. Vidya (Nayanthara), a kindergarten teacher and daughter of Naga's partner (Joe Malluri) enters the scene.
She is kidnapped by a gang in Trichy. It is upto Blade to rescue her and when he does the job successfully, he proposes to Vidya. What happens in their lves then forms the rest.Music by Srikanth Deva is peppy and melodies stick to hearts.
Mahesh Muthuswamy's camera and editing by V T Vijayan are good.All said, Thirunaal is a engrosser.
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