‘Thiruchitrambalam’ Review: Dhanush, Nithya Menen Deliver a Feel-good Drama
Dhanush's Thiruchitrambalam is a blend of a vibe decent cut of life family show and a charming lighthearted comedy.
With The Gray Man, Dhanush demonstrated that he is a mass activity legend in Hollywood. With Thiruchitrambalam, he demonstrates that he is as yet that straightforward and loveable kid nearby he began his profession with in Kollywood.
The story spins around the young fellow Thiruchitrambalam (Dhanush) who was loaded with life, a splendid understudy at school yet quit his schooling to turn into a food conveyance leader after a grievous episode.
Thiruchitrambalam a.k.a Pazham which implies wimp in Tamil, is an epithet that our legend despises. His reality is about his father (Prakash Raj), granddad (Bharathiraja) and his young life closest companion (Nithya Menen).
Collaborating with his bestfriend, he is on a mission to find his perfect partner through his secondary school crush
(Rashi Khanna) and a young lady he meets at a town capability (Priya Bhavani Shankar), while wrestling with his injury.