Cast:Jayam Ravi, Tamannah, Shaam, Prabhu, Suhasini, Vadivelu, Santhanam
Music:Yuvan Shankar Raja
Brothers Director Raja and Jayam Ravi come together again with a full-fledged racy commercial entertainer that never lags anywhere almost a lengthy (solid three hours and ten minutes) entertainer though a scene by scene replica of the original telugu movie Kick
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The film opens with a generous footage of Nisha (Tamannah) doing yoga in a sexy avatar in all possible angles in Malaysia. (A surprise for a Jayam Raja film!) Her parents bring forth an alliance for her and she is asked to meet a boy in a train. She agrees with much reluctance and meets the boy Krishna Kumar (Shaam). The story starts unfolding with Nisha narrating how she met Krishna (Ravi) and parted her ways with him.
Nisha’s first meeting with Krishna itself is an excited event wherein she tries to help her friend (MLA Nalini’s daughter) who wishes to elope with her driver Das (Sathyan). Krishna being a friend of Das appears to double time the couple in love only to get them married off. From then on, it is fiery encounters between the lead couple that oscillates between love and hate. When Nisha completes her story, it is Shaam’s turn and he divulges the real reason for his Malaysian visit. The rest of the film is about Nisha and Krishna’s love, misunderstanding and Shaam’s mission with some predictable and some unpredictable events.
Overall in Thillalangadi the comedy, action, romance, glamour, sentiment and all the pertinent ingredients in perfect concoction and is a jolly good ride,though with many logical loopholes