Reviewer's Summary - Average|
Actors: Simbu, Gopika, Pradeep Singh Rawat
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Simbhu is the brooding, violent hero Thotti Jaya, who works as the henchman of a local thug.
Orphaned at a young age, Thotti Jaya grows up into a violent rowdy and is employed as a hitman for hire.
After a particularly violent incident involving some well connected people, the heat from the police gets intense and Jaya is packed off by his bosses to Kolkata. There he runs into a Tamil college student Brinda (Gopika), who gets separated from her friends at the train station after losing her purse.
As the frightened girl is frantically trying to reach the Kharagpur station to catch the train there, she is kidnapped by unsavory characters with nasty intentions. As Brinda tries to escape with the goons close on her heels, she's rescued in the nick of time by Jaya.
The frightened girl pleads with him to escort her to her hometown in Tamil Nadu, which Thotti Jaya agrees to. In the train is sown the seeds of love between these two completely unlikely persons.
As their love grows stronger, so do the obstacles that stand in the way.
Simbhu works in a fairly decent performance as the violent rowdy, who just wants to be left alone so that he can lead a normal life with Brinda.
Pradeep Singh Rawat comes on strong as the local thug Seena Thana, who is incensed that his underling Thotti Jaya should oppose him.
Gopika does not have much of a role since the movie focuses completely on Thotti Jaya.
Thotti Jaya's music is pedestrian. None of the songs leave any impression.
There are a couple of interesting twists that keep the movie moving ahead at a brisk pace.
If you are watching this movie with your family, keep in mind that there's quite a lot of violence. In fact, violence is the constant shadow of Thotti Jaya and Brinda.- Copyright SearchIndia.com