Thiruttu Payale 2 Movie Review

Thiruttu Payale 2 Movie Review
Thiruttu Payale 2 Movie Review

Thiruttu Payale 2 Movie Review

Written & DirectionSusi Ganeshan
ProducerKalpathi S. Aghoram
Kalpathi S. Ganesh
Kalpathi S. Suresh
CastBobby Simha
Amala Paul
CinematographyP. Chelladurai
EditorRaja Mohammad
Production companyAGS Entertainment
Running Time
150 mins


There are certain moments in the film, where we get to see Susi Ganesan join the league of Abbas-Mustan league of making thrillers. Say for instance, the sequence, where all three lead characters encounter each other keeps us well bound to the plot. But such sequences are found in dearth and are limited not more than 2-3 such situations. On the pars, Susi Ganesan tries to hold the first part as blueprint to this one. We have a flashback behind protagonist turning into a man of grey shades; we have a multi-billionaire like Manoj K Jayan. We do have a detective like Vivek, but this time a pretty serious (played by Susi Ganesan himself).

The concept that revolves around the contemporary issue of how many innocent people becomes prey to social media and how it affects their life has been depicted realistically. But the biggest problem is that it looks like Susi Ganesan would have narrated this story to many leading actors and finally had no options but to sign up the pale league of actors like Bobby Simha, Amala Paul and Prasanna. We don’t mean to say that they are not worthy of appreciations. They have done their best to score, but in most sequences look inappropriate. The role for Amala Paul actually demands more innocence, say someone like the Renuka Menon in Arya’s Kalabha Kadhalan. Bobby Simha tries to evolve as an unparalleled actor, but he somewhere has been possessed with Rajinikanth mania. Prasanna has already performed a similar role in Muran, which keeps the characterization reminiscent of that shade.

With the entire movie turning out to be a play between these three characters, we get tired after sometime. Moreover, the running length more than couple of hours is yet another problem. The intimacy between Bobby Simha and Amala Paul is neither romantic nor sensual, which is a big issue for this genre of movie.

Well with the technical part, Vidyasagar gives an impressive score on background. Even couple of his melodious songs are worthy of appreciations, but the way they are pictured could have been better.

On the whole, Thiruttu Payale 2 doesn’t click as a whole show. Despites carrying a compellingly realistic theme, it fails to hold audiences intact.

Thiruttu Payale 2 Movie Review
  • Our Rating


Verdict: Lack of raciness and thrill moments makes it nowhere close to Thiruttu Payale.

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