Review: Thittam Irandu

Aishwarya Rajesh’s mystery thriller Thittam Irandu directed by debutant filmmaker Vignesh Karthik will be streamed on Sony LIV from tomorrow.

Produced by Dinesh Kannan’s Sixer Entertainment and Vinod Kumar’s Mini Studios, Gokul Benoy of Monster and Mafia fame has handled the cinematography for the film, Sathish Raghunathan is composing the music, and CS Prem Kumar of Kuttram Kadithal takes care of the cuts.

The movie revolves around Aishwarya Rajesh who plays a tough cop. As she reaches Chennai from her home town to take up the job in police department, she comes across a youngster and inspired by his good looks and decent behaviour slowly falls for him. Things take a turn when she investigates murder of her very close friend since her childhood. She faces lots of hurdles. A series of shocking event unfolds which even lands her love life in a tizzy.

Aishwarya is the flesh and blood of the movie. She has given her best performance. Be it anger, agony or frustration, she pours out right emotions all through the film. Paval Navageethan plays an interesting character in the film. Gokul Anand and Jeeva Ravi chip in well.

Vignesh Karthik has made it a whodunit thriller with a surprising twist in the climax. He is ably assisted in good execution by Gokul Bejoy. His lens captures night life well. Music adds strength. A goof show by Sathish Raghunathan.

Thittam Irandu is a film to watch for those who love investigative thrillers and Aishwarya Rajesh holds the fort.

M BHARAT KUMAR