Mon Singh put a notice requesting “Dynamic Graduates for Intelligence Officers Post and Security Officers Post”. He leased an office space, chose 26 applicants and requesting that they answer to the Taj and informed them about the ‘mock raid’ They landed at the Opera House, created a court order, picked “samples” of gems and fixed them in polybags – pulling off an undeniable phony strike leaving the police confused till date.Calling the film an adjustment would be preferable fitting over naming it a change of the Bollywood film Special 26, which featured Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher and Manoj Bajpayee. The film Thaanaa Serndha Koottam has been pivoted to suit the Tamil gathering of people, sprinkling two or three punch discoursed, Senthil satire and Ramya Krishnan swag.
It is set in pre-liberalisation India when joblessness was one of the greatest concerns and employments were looked for at the trading of a powerful bundle with a wad of notes. Genuine even in the present circumstances. Iniyan (Suriya) tries to end up noticeably a CBI officer and his companion (Kalaiarsaran) a cop. Obviously, the framework hinders their fantasies and the saint watches his companion tumble to his demise, disappointed at not having the cash to purchase the activity he wants.
The genuine fun starts when Suriya and his group – Ramya Krishna, Senthil, Sathyan and Sivashankar – act like CBI officers and draw off strikes. Each character has a back story – tired of being jobless, rejected, remaining in line, no cash to pay as reward. At that point there is the courageous woman Keerthy Suresh who shows up in looks through the movie Thaanaa Serndha Koottam yet emerges for her striking, appealing jokes. Nandha is a cop who is called by Suriya to help for the lead assault and is likewise part of the CBI group attempting to comprehend the case.
The scalawag Suresh Menon, with his stellar acting, can trick the gathering of people for a genuine CBI officer. A saint of the 80s, Karthik enters as the extraordinary officer asked for to take up the case and however he loses steam at a few spots, he completes a reasonable activity. CBI officers riding in a dark blue Fiat Premier Padmini along Mount Road, charge sheets of Kamal Haasan and ‘Gold Spot’ bottles decorating the racks of street side diners – you are transported to Madras in the ’80s. What influences it to emerge is the means by which the performing artists are wearing ringer bottoms, on-screen characters into equal parts saris and long skirts, and references made to Kamal Haasan’s exchanges and tiled-rooftop houses.