We have had a lot of Kollywood films around policemen. Each Tamil performing artist deserves at least some respect has played a policeman who is consistent with his activity and goes for influencing each other policeman to take after his way. Karthi starrer Theeran Adhigaram Ondru goes with the same pattern. The trailer came out on Wednesday takes us through two distinct periods of a policeman’s life. While we see Karthi pursuing awful men, on the other side we see the sentimental side of him.
It is Rakul’s character that gives us a trace of Karthi’s character. She says, “Why cannot you stay at one place and happily live by bribing people?” But Karthi is real and needs to improve the general public a place to live in. After some time he observes that the town is being ruled by goons, and the general population has no faith in police and law. Karthi, as in some other normal police film we have seen up until now, is endeavouring to get peace set up.
All things considered, the story is yet it is intriguing to check whether Karthi’s film will convey freshness to the table. We cherished Karthi’s exchange that is heard toward the finish of the trailer. He says, “As police, we are not turning bad people into good ones but definitely giving reasons to good people to turn into evil ones.” It keeps you engaged till the last minute. A scene where Karthi ascends from mud-filled land is exceptionally fascinating and in a flash gives you an ‘amazing’ vibe. Rakul, who plays Karthi’s significant other, is satisfying obviously.
Theeran Adhigaram Ondru, which is a bilingual – Tamil and Telugu, is coordinated by H.Vinoth. The music has been created by Ghibran and the film has been delivered by Umesh Gupta and Subhash Gupta.