Thodari song by two boys
Tamil director Prabhu Solomon hopes to capture the great romance of the railroad in his forthcoming Dhanush-starrer, Thodari.
You come away with the impression that director Prabhu Solomon gives one hell of a story narration.
Okay, we’re not exactly told about the boots, but with Dhanush’s frame, can you imagine another reason the wind (or Imman’s overblown score) didn’t whip him right off?
He works along with comedy actor Karunakaran and Thambi Ramaiah who is TTR. We don't ultimately care for any of the characters due to the poor script.
Keerthi Suresh is make up woman for an actress who also travels in the same train. The concept sound pretty cool, the only problem is that a train never deviates from its track. Nevertheless the script and the dialogs are so poor that they can't rescue this film.
He has been saying that Dhanush fits the bill of an unassuming man who has the ability to slip into a character.
In Thodari, Dhanush essays a pantry boy, Poochi Appan, one of the dozen such men who are to be seen in most trains, and his love interest will be Keerthy Suresh as Saroja.The premise – a combination of vehicular disaster and epic romance – could be titled .Pantry worker Poochiyappan (Dhanush) falls for Saroja (Keerthy Suresh), who’s travelling in a first-class compartment. The train gathers speed and won’t slow down – it has to be stopped. Along with commentary about politicians, the media, about how bridges built by the British are sturdier than the ones that came later. Where were the rants about climate change, which produced the iceberg?Trains have always been an intimate part of cinema.One still remembers Durga and her kid brother watching a train in wide-eyed wonder as it chugged along their village in Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali.Thodari literally grew out of Solomon’s long train journeys between Chennai and New Delhi.