Thaka Dhimi Thaa Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Sundar C is known for his humour. His Thaka Dhimi Tha is obviously a comedy film that is about a lover couple being estranged and getting reunited after several twists and turns. More a rehash of Vijay starrer Kushi, where a small incident results in the couple parting ways, only to reunite in the climax.
Sundar C, who hit a low in his last London, seems to regain form in patches for Thaka Dhimi Tha, thanks mainly to dialogue writer Selva Bharathy and Vivek's on screen presence.
Krishna (Yuva Krishna) comes to Chennai and gets a job in a restaurant run by his friend Vivek (Vivek). When Krishna's parents rent a house in Chennai they comes across Gayathri (Ankitha), daughter of the house-owner, who works as a radio jockey.
When both the families decide to have their children married off, Krishna and Gayathri reject their proposal. To their surprise, the parents come to know through Vivek that the duo had been in love earlier and a small incident had resulted in their separation.
Vivek who was running the college canteen, tells the love between the lead pair in a long flashback.
Finally, after some fun and mirth, things fall in place.
Thaka Dhimi Tha revolves around Vivek, who does the rescue act. Though slightly on expected lines, his comedy has his usual verve and vitality. Yuva Krishna, the debutant playing the hero, has good looks but lags in the histrionics department.
Ankitha, in the second consecutive Sundar C film, sizzles playing Yuva's ladylove. Tejashree playing Ankitha's friend has nothing much to do but to ooze glamour appearing in skimpy costumes now and then.
Parvai Muniamma and M S Viswanathan shout at the top of their voice, while in the name of campus story, students appearing in flock dancing and singing would irritate the audience.
A loud and jarring music courtesy Imman does no good to the movie. But some of the songs are indeed foot-tapping.
Sundar C's flair comedy is noticeable. But little else is.