The acting here is adequate but the one thing that needs most appreciation is characters talk to hindi people in HINDI!!!! Murugadas has tried doing something different and so should be appreciated though he doesnt succeed completely like in the climax which falls flat . Overall good and surely worth a wach
Cinematography was too average and thereby hardly one could assume that it's by SANTHOSH SIVAN...I didn't feel that it had sequences which projects/ uplifts Indian army much but can be applauded for its entertainment value and script
Cast:Vijay,Kajal Agarwal,Vidyut Jamwal,Jayaram,Sathyan&Others
Directed By: A.R.Murugadoss
Storyline: Jagadesh(Vijay)a DIA Specialist from the Indian army is coming to Mumbai For his vacations. He joins with his friend Balaji(Sathyan),an SI in Mumbai Police. Jaga meets Nisha(Kajal) and refuses to marry her initially and mix up results in love blooming between them. A Blast involves 12 Sleeper Cells and Jagadesh uses his brainy moves to destroy all of them using is Battalion mates. The person who issues Orders to these sleeper cells(Vidyut) is not happy with his failure and turns up to find the hero. What happens when the good meets the evil? Does Jagadesh Succeed in his mission? Does his Lady Love understand him? All these need to be watched on the Big Screen.
Strengths: Interval Scene, Vijay s Climax Fight and his Patriotic Feel when something bad might occur if he dies & Vijays Punch Lines.
Weakness: The Duration might have been reduced to have a greater impact.
Songs: All songs are place and picturised perfectly. Google Google with the Director And Cameraman s Cameo is a treat to watch.
Overall: Thuppakki has fired all bullets which make it one of the best films of the year.
Verdict: Diwali Treat for all