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Thanga Magan Movie Review, Thangamagan Tamil Movie Review

Thanga Magan Movie Review


  • Director Velraj
  • Writer Velraj
  • Language Tamil


Thanga Magan film is an upcoming drama and comedy movie written by Velraj Ji. alongside actresses Samantha and Amy Jackson. The film entered production in March 2015 and is likely to release on 18 December 2015.Wikipedia

Thanga Magan Movie Review Story

When the trailer for the Thangamgan movie was released, it immediately took into account “Velayila Pattadhari”, giving a much better shot of domestic life and masala heroism. Everything that is felt in these moments in the “Thangamagan” movie was seen in the previous films.

The thanga magan movie review film is based on a middle-class male fantasy who wants to be a caring son, a charming lover, a loving husband, and a hero in the eyes of the family.

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There is a scene where Pey hero Tamizah and his friends are looking at “7 / G, Rainbow Colony” – a film that has been successfully tapped into fiction – and fills the screen with the words ‘A film from Selvaraghavan’ is.

Dhanush considers his brother’s influence to be true. But the film lacks decency which reflects the naturalism characteristic of Selvaraghavan’s home movies of movies and “VIPs”.

This is seen most as a fanatic of movie characters – hardworking father and mother, stunning girlfriend, censured wife, wise friends and we care less for them. And, what we see on screen as a feeling of the goodness of this movie, is less organic and most calculated.


The principal cast seems to be perfect in their roles. The pair of Radhika and Ravikumar seems to be perfect, composed to sing Tamizukkum Amudhendru Pier, Patel manages to do. The scenes in the first part of this thanga magan movie review film have a smooth rhythm.

There is lightness in these scenes and despite the familiarity of the situations, this film keeps us busy. Hema (Amy Jackson), the Anglo girl he loves and considers her honeymoon period with Samantha,

The protagonist eventually marries the girl he is married to but remains confident in portraying the film. This is commendable when Tamizh’s father (Ravikumar) dies suddenly, then the camera slowly exits the room, as if the film asks the audience not to intrude into the family’s grief.


However, the film thanga magan movie review also lacks a rivalry struggle and this is the reason for the film which, despite watching in just a few hours, begins to feel prolonged.

And it eliminates the feel-good moments in the first half, the second half feels weak, with antagonists ou who are not effective enough, and these scenes intended as unimaginable objects and moments of sweat that are inevitable and completely Se feels out of place.

Thanga Magan Cast and Crew


  • Dhanush Yoshan– Tamizh
  • Samantha
  • Samantha Ruth Prabhu– Subashini
  • Amy Jackson– Sara
  • Sathish– Karuna
  • Raadhika Sarathkumar
  • K. S. Ravikumar– Balachander


  • Velraj


  • Velraj


  • Anirudh Ravichander


  • A. Kumaran


  • G. N. Anbu Chezhiyan
  • Dhanush


  • M. V. Rajesh Kumar

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