Reviewer's Summary - Awful
Actors: Vishal, Shreya Reddy, Reema Sen, Vadivel
Director: Tarun Gopi
Producer: Vikram Krishna
Story, Screenplay & Dialogs: Tarun Gopi
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
The only saving grace of this abomination of a movie is a stellar performance by Shreya Reddy.
As the foul-mouthed money lender Ishwari hell-bent on marrying the hero Ganesh (Vishal) after he touches her, Shreya's explosive act leaves all her co-stars in the shade.
The sultry lady's expressive eyes, manly swagger, seductive dance and charming use of local slang are the only lasting impressions of this mediocre movie. The former VJ of Southern Spice Music, Shreya is the daughter of Bharat Reddy, a wicket keeper in the 1970s whose Test cricket career was stillborn.
Vishal is wasted as the morose medical student intent on pursuing his studies when he is not moving his limbs hither and thither sending enemies flying in the air left and right.
Reema Sen is pitiful. Oblivious of the basic principles of acting, the lissome thing is as bad an actress as another pretty lady Aishwarya Rai. Fortunately for lovers of Tamil movies, Aishwarya Rai has dropped anchor in Hindi movies and unlikely to return to the South anytime soon.
Inflicting further misery on the audience, director Tarun Gopi packs Shreya off soon.
Medical student Ganesh (Vishal) transfers to Chennai in his fourth year under unusual circumstances. On his heels are a bunch of goona bent on packing him off to his maker. So, he comes to the safe haven of Chennai from Madurai.
Srimathi (Reema Sen), the daughter of Vishal's college professor, quickly falls for Ganesh but our brooding hero spurns her love since he has more weighty matters on his mind - staying one step ahead of those planning to kill him because of his past actions.
We've always thought of Sylvester Stallone's movies as the nadir of the movie industry but after watching Sanda Kozhi and Thimiru we think Vishal's movies give Sly Syl's movies tough competition.
The talented lad does nothing but move his limbs to send the baddies flying in all directions in movie after movie. In two consecutive movies Sanda Kozhi and Thimiru, all we see are limbs flailing and sickles flying.
Comedy in Thimiru comes in the form of Vadivel playing the medical college hostel warden.
Thimiru's music is of a piece with the rest of this movie - junk. Oppurane Oppurane and Thi Thikkara Vayasu are two of the tolerable songs.- Copyright SearchIndia.com.