Thiru Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Thiru Movie Review: Even though he works in the Tamil film industry, Dhanush has a lot of fans all over India. He made a big splash in Hollywood with “The Gray Man,” and now the “Thiruchitrambalam” dub will give people more laughs (a Tamil film). Let’s read a thorough review of the movie before we decide if it’s worth our time when it comes out in both English and Spanish on August 18.


Thiru Movie Review


Middle-class Thiru Ekambaram, who is also known as Pandu, works as a messenger because he is not very smart. Pandu’s father often scolds and insults him for getting into trouble, but his grandfather and best friend Shobana, who lives in the same apartment complex, love him. The movie tells the story of Pandu’s struggle to win the love of the woman he really cares about.

Cast & Crew

Along with Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, and Bharathiraja, Dhanush plays the main character in the movie Thiru. The movie was made by Kalanidhi Maran, and Mithran R. Jawahar was in charge of it. The photos were taken by Om Prakash, and the music was made by Anirudh Ravichander. Editing is done by GK Prasanna.

Movie Name Thiru
Director Mithran R Jawahar
Music Director Anirudh Ravichander
Producer Kalanidhi Maran
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Cast Dhanush, Nithya Menen, Raashi Khanna, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Prakash Raj, Bharathiraja
Editor GK Prasanna


With this new movie, actor Dhanush is back in the game. The movie has strong scenes of friendship, love, and emotional bonding in families, as well as fights, which are good for making money. The box office and the over-the-top (OTT) market have both turned down Dhanush’s most recent movies. Even though Thiru is a simple movie, it works because all of the actors give great performances and work well together in a number of key scenes. There are some scenes in the movie that will make people feel warm and fuzzy.

Dhanush’s performance as Thiru Ekambaram/Pandu is adorable. He strikes the right emotional balance and brings some much-needed laughs to a few other scenes. Nitya Menen gets a big part that lets her show off her acting skills, and she does it just as well and naturally as she did in her other movies. Both Raashi Khanna and Priya Bhavani Shankar are happy with how they did in their roles. Along with Prakash Raj and Bharathiraja, the success of the movie was helped by the rest of the cast.

The movie seems to have good technical parts. The songs that Anirudh has written sound great, but they aren’t as good as his fans have come to expect. Even though Om Prakash does a decent job as director, Sun Pictures is known for using too many bright colors.

Director Mithran Jawahar, who has worked with Dhanush before to make Tamil versions of Telugu hits, came up with his own story, which isn’t very interesting and needs a lot of work to attract more people.

In the end, Thiru is a drama with a lot of laughs that is good for the whole family.

Rating: 3/5

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