Tamil popular actor Jai’s new release “Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum” has all the ingredients and an engaging plot but the film has failed towards the end.
Directed by debutante filmmaker Premsai it is inspired from the popular Hollywood action flick Premium Rush and has been made it into Tamil.
The film has come with a very unique topic unheard in Tamil film industry- stem cell technology and its misuse by some villains, who terminate pregnancies to use the fetus to make some drugs to cure diseases in the rich countries.
However, “Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum”, at the second half focused on trivial romance and lifeless song and dance sequences finally ending up as an average Tamil masala film.
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Tamil (Jai) is a happy-go-lucky lad, who messed up with his studies. Now, facing the wrath of parents, he lands up in Chennia , in his his uncle’s (Ganesh) house. He befriends a local lad Nasa (Santhanam), a courier boy who gives him a job at a parcel service company.
In one of his wanderings, he happens to meet (Yami Gautam) and both fall for each other. The film centres on their love saga at this time.
However, soon the plot becomes murkier as one day he happens to send a parcel containing some documents that expose the activities of a notorious gang that steals stem cells from pregnant women by giving them a medicine that leads to abortion.
However a ward boy Manikandan (Thambi Ramaiah) comes to know about his evil plans and plans to inform the popular activist Sathyamoorthi (Nassar). The parcel ends up in the hands of Jai, without him knowing the contents of the documents.
Soon, the leader of the gang an infamous doctor (Ashutosh Rana) gets wind of Tamil. What follows next is an adventure filled drama as Jai singlehandely takes on the villains to save people from their activities.
Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum is an average film to watch with out much to its credit. Jai does an average show, though Yami Gautam has come out really well with her gorgeous looks. Ashutosh Rana actually stole the show from the hero with a terrific acting.