Tharangam
The Curious Case of Kallan Pavithran.
2D

Tharangam

Malayalam
ComedyCrime
29 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 33 mins
65%
5,032 votes
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Tharangam is a crime-comedy that follows the misadventures of two bumbling cops. Featuring a cast of colourful characters each with their own agenda, the film is an entertainer with elements of comedy, action, fantasy, suspense and romance.
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Tharangam: The curious case of Kallan Pavithran, director Dominic Arun`s first directorial venture starring latest Malayalam sensation Tovino Thomas has many specialities in it starting with Tamil star Dhanush being the producer of the movie. ...Read full review
Tharangam is the crime-comedy movie which features Tovino Thomas in the lead role. Newcomer Dominic Arun has directed the movie and co-written it, along with Anil Narayanan. Tharangam is directed by actor Dhanush, for Wunderbar Films. ...Read full review
Kallan Pavithran is in negotiation with God to save his great grandchild, who is the latest victim of the curse the Maker had imposed on Pavithran`s successors for a theft he committed. Switch to Earth, two suspended cops Pappan and Joy are tangled in love and war. How the duo and Pappan`s girlfriend Malu come out of the troubles make the movie. ...Read full review
Debutant Dominic Aruns Tharangam begins on a very quirky note wherein we are introduced to God, played by Dileesh Pothan, engaged in a conversation with the infamous thief, Kallan Pavithran. In a language that sounds like gibberish, the boho-looking God takes us through the tale of a bunch of people caught during their big blunder. ...Read full review
In the opening scene of Tharangam, the audience is introduced to a Wes Andersonesque colour palette. A lazy, mumbling god disinterestedly wakes up to his daily chores. This god, played by Dileesh Pothan, is pestered by the character Kallan Pavithran, a troubled soul, begging god to rid his family of a curse that he kick-started. ...Read full review
Tharangam from Dominic Arun is almost a tribute to the signature Priyadarshan films that we have seen in his prime years. Influenced heavily by the western film making this movie is a wacky variety that looks fresh and interesting even though it has flaws. ...Read full review
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