THORANAI COMEDY SCENES

In the meantime, Murugan keeps searching for his long-lost brother. Mani Sharma’s songs are more sound than music — an excellent snack-break. Almost immediately he makes the acquaintance of Thamizh Arasu Prakashraj and his cohorts as well: From then on, its supposed to be an “intelligent” cat-and-mouse game while Vishal apes every hero in Tamil filmdom — Vijay, Ajith, Surya, Simbu, Dhanush, Jayam Ravi — you name it, he plays it. But then he remembers that he’s a hero, and the director feeds him a lot of gobble-de-gook dialogues about villains turning into good guys which he mouths often, like a 60s movie. In due course she worries herself to death with some problem — in this case, the loss of her first son Ganesan, who ran away from home.

But then he remembers that he’s a hero, and the director feeds him a lot of gobble-de-gook dialogues about villains turning into good guys which he mouths often, like a 60s movie. The first half at least has some semblance of entertainment as Murugan arrives in the city and straightaway, as per gangster-flick norms, witnesses a gruesome murder conducted by Guru Kishore and his men. Several shots show the terrain to be Andhra Pradesh, not Chennai and that shows dubbing faults too. Regardless of all this, Murugan stays with friend Vellaichamy Santhanam, who cracks lewd jokes and obviously considers himself Gounda Mani’s modern replacement , and promptly falls in love with Indu Shriya, who wears bikini tops during the dream scenes, and dresses slightly only better otherwise , and plays various pranks on her, including one which involves playing Lord Rama [ Images ]. Poor Prakashraj and Kishore — both excellent actors who have proven their mettle with superb movies — are forced to play rowdies to complement Vishal, whose acting talent is nowhere near theirs. But since Murugan is obviously Superman in disguise, he’ll find him no matter where in the world he is.

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Regardless of all this, Murugan stays with friend Vellaichamy Santhanam, who cracks hhoranai jokes and obviously considers himself Gounda Mani’s modern replacementand promptly falls in love with Indu Shriya, who wears bikini tops during the dream scenes, and dresses slightly only better otherwiseand plays various pranks on her, including one which involves playing Lord Rama [ Images ].

And then there are the stunts which he does supremely well. And that’s no merit at all. M S Baskar, Mayilsamy and Geetha occupy blink-and-you-miss roles, while Shriya has nothing to do but look pretty and made-up in every scene.

Santhanam Comedy scene from Thoranai Movie

Vishal’s fans might be ecstatic at their star’s new movie — but Thoranai ‘s only merit is that it’s marginally better than Sathyam. Several shots show the terrain to be Andhra Pradesh, not Chennai and that shows dubbing faults too.

But since Murugan is obviously Superman in disguise, he’ll find him no matter where in sdenes world he is. Where Vishal does score is the humour quotient which, even if forced, works a bit. In due course, Guru has a run-in with Murugan, where the latter discovers a shocking truth.

Thoranai Comedy Scenes

Nowhere does Vishal’s character use his brains — only considerable brawn, and that acenes for a very tedious second half. Poor Prakashraj and Kishore — both excellent actors who have proven their mettle with superb movies — are forced to thorani rowdies to complement Vishal, whose acting talent is nowhere near theirs.

Naturally, dutiful Murugan, after the mandatory fights and introductory songs pledges to wipe away his mother’s tears and bring his brother who is god knows where. Aiming for an intelligent action-flick is good but when you have cheesy dialogues, cringe-worthy platitudes, songs shot in Ladakh which make no sense, and a climax that is downright pathetic, nothing works.

Santhanam is at his crudest though you have to admit it’s not as bad as Thoranzi. Almost immediately he makes the acquaintance of Thamizh Arasu Prakashraj and his cohorts as well: There’s even a guitar song a la Vaaranam Aayiram — except that it’s dull, barring Shriya’s glorious looks. The first half at least has some semblance of entertainment as Murugan arrives in the city and straightaway, as per gangster-flick norms, witnesses a gruesome murder conducted by Guru Kishore and his men.

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Comevy then he remembers that he’s a hero, and the director feeds him a lot of gobble-de-gook dialogues about villains turning into good guys which he mouths often, like a thodanai movie.

In the meantime, Murugan keeps searching for his long-lost brother. A scene from Thoranai. S ome heroes need comdey one movie to understand where they’re going wrong; others take dozens of flicks — and still fail to realise why they deliver flop after flop.

Thoranai comedy scenes

Mani Sharma’s songs are more sound than music — an excellent snack-break. Scsnes due course she worries herself to death with some problem — in this case, the loss of her first son Ganesan, who ran away from home.

From then on, its supposed to be an “intelligent” cat-and-mouse game while Vishal apes every hero in Tamil filmdom — Vijay, Ajith, Surya, Simbu, Dhanush, Jayam Ravi — you name it, he plays it. There’s Paravai Muniyamma as well, providing some crude entertainment.

Guns, unkempt hair and rough voices suitably indicate rival gangsters Guru and Thamizh Arasu at loggerheads. The yawns in the theatre are audible. This is one of the parts where Priyan’s camera-work shines.