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14 Apr, 2016
2 hrs 38 mins
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Theri is a thriller starring Vijay in the role of a policeman who takes revenge on the villain after his family is attacked.
Verdict: A treat for all Vijay`s fans. Riveting, delightful and undoubtedly full-on whistle-worthy - these words perfectly describe the Vijay-starrer, director Atlee Kumar`s cop drama Theri. A well-packaged South Indian thali which is both spicy, sweet and fully enjoyable. The last time Vijay played the role of a police officer, it was for the film []... ...Read full review
The first half of Theri has been completely emotional and slow in pace. The scenes between Vijay and Nainika have been shot exceptionally well and the director took his time to unfold the plot which makes the audience left irritated. The action episodes during the introduction and the interval have been stupendous and they leave a strong impact. The songs have been beautiful and they have been placed well. On the whole the complete first half of Theri has been decent but not beyond the expectations. ...Read full review
However, to be fair to Atlee and his Theri, I must say that he got Vijay into a rare emotional mould. The star actually cries a great deal more than he usually does. He has always had this tendency to mask his feelings with a cold, unexpressive face. This time, Vijay seemed delightfully human, essaying a very different kind of policeman, whose heart beats could be seen on his face. ...Read full review
Vijay essays his roles as Joseph and Vijaykumar with ease. He has played a cop before and this time, too he excels as a cop. In fact, his cop moments in the film have been well executed. He`s an excellent dancer and the movie has ample moments to showcase this as well as his singing skills. ...Read full review



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