Thanga Magan 2015: A Review of the HDRip x264 700MB ESubs Tamil Version
Thanga Magan ( transl. Golden Son) is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language coming of age family drama film written and directed by Velraj. Dhanush produced and stars in the film alongside Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Amy Jackson. The film entered production in March 2015 and was released on 18 December 2015. The film performed badly at the box office.
The film follows the life of Tamizh, a young man who struggles to find the truth behind his father's suicide and his cousin's betrayal. The film alternates between the present and the past, showing Tamizh's relationships with his friends, lovers, and family.
Tamizh, his wife Yamuna, and mother move into an uncomfortable home. Tamizh leaves them with his friend Kumaran while he looks for a job. All the companies are pleased with his resume but are hesitant to give him a job due to occurrences in his past job. Desperate, Tamizh gets a job at a roadside biriyani shop. He comes home for the night after he gets drunk, and flashback starts.
Five years earlier, college student Tamizh, Kumaran, and Tamizh's cousin Aravind were inseparable friends. One day, Tamizh's mother tells him to go to the temple for a pooja (blessing ceremony). There he meets Hema, who is an Anglo-Indian and architect student and likes her. Tamizh and Kumaran leave out Aravind, as they feel due to his better looks, he might hinder their attempts at the girls. Tamizh starts to woo her and the two eventually fall in love, while Kumaran and Tamizh's neighbour Revathi also fall in love.
For their first anniversary, Tamizh, Hema, Kumaran, and Hema's friend Revathi go to Darjeeling without telling Aravind and Tamizh's father Vijayraghavan. Feeling guilty, he decides he will tell them both the truth once he goes back to Chennai. But Aravind has followed the group, says he never wants to see Tamizh again for betraying him, and storms off.
Later, when Hema and Tamizh are discussing their future, Tamizh learns that Hema doesn't envision his parents living with them in their marital home. This infuriates Tamizh and they both fight, eventually leading to their breakup. They both move on with their own lives. Tamizh starts work as a junior officer at his father's Income Tax office, Hema marries Aravind.
Later Tamizh's family arranges his marriage with Yamuna. They gradually fall in love with each other and eventually forgets Hema.
One day, Vijayraghavan returns home tense and shouts at his wife. The next morning, when Yamuna opens the bathroom door, it is found that Vijayraghavan had hung himself. Everybody accuses him of stealing an important tax file from his office. Tamizh is also suspended without pay and the Govt Quarters Chief evicts him due to bad name.
At the same time Yamuna informs her family that she might be pregnant.
In the present, Tamizh tries to gather information about his father. He learns that his father was framed by Prakash Kumar, a corrupt politician who wanted to cover up his tax evasion.
Tamizh confronts Prakash Kumar and threatens to expose him unless he clears his father's name.
Meanwhile, he also discovers that Aravind was behind Hema's marriage with him. Aravind had always loved Hema but she rejected him for Tamizh. He then manipulated Hema into marrying him by making her believe that Tamizh had cheated on her with Revathi.
Tamizh decides to teach Aravind a lesson by revealing his true colors to Hema.
The film ends with Tamizh clearing his father's name and reconciling with his mother and wife.
Thanga Magan is a film that explores the themes of love, friendship, family, and justice. The film has a nonlinear narrative that switches between the past and the present, showing how Tamizh's life changes due to various events. The film also has a mix of comedy, romance, drama, and action, making it an entertaining watch.
The film's strength lies in its performances, especially by Dhanush, who plays the role of Tamizh with ease and emotion. He portrays the different phases of Tamizh's life convincingly and makes the audience empathize with his character. Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Amy Jackson also do a good job as Yamuna and Hema respectively, showing their chemistry with Dhanush.
The film's music by Anirudh Ravichander is another highlight of the film. The songs are catchy and suit the mood of the film. The background score is also effective and enhances the scenes.
The film's direction by Velraj is commendable, as he manages to balance the different genres and tones of the film. He also handles the flashback sequences well and keeps the audience engaged.
The film's drawbacks are its predictable plot and weak villain. The film does not offer any surprises or twists in its story and follows a familiar formula. The villain Prakash Kumar is also not very menacing or memorable and his character lacks depth.
Overall, Thanga Magan is a film that offers a good dose of entertainment and emotion. It is a film that celebrates love and family and shows how one can overcome any obstacle with courage and determination. d282676c82