Thaaka Thaaka is a weird movie, where you have spectacular visuals and the first fifteen minutes of the narration raises your expectation but after that the pace takes a nosedive and never takes off.
The film begins with the early life of Sathya (Vikranth), who born to a sex worker and at one point of time the brothel-keeper (Arul Dass) kills Sathya’s mother, hence our protagonist becomes an orphan. From Kerala, Sathya comes to Chennai and his life goes well with his true friend Karthik.
But at an unexpected circumstance, Sathya meets the same brothel keeper again and murders him. Unfortunately, the brothel keeper’s brother is a powerful politician and local thug, who murders Karthik and kidnaps his girlfriend. Sathya should save her and avenge the death of his friend…
The plot is very ordinary and nothing out of the box. As said earlier, the only solace in the whole movie is the spectacular visuals by cinematographer Sooraj Das and the first fifteen minutes which tells us the flashback of Sathya.
After the flashback portions, everything in the film is ordinary and Vikranth hardly shows any emotions hence whenever he punches someone, we doesn’t feel for him and we doesn’t for emotions too.
So, that’s it, Thaaka Thaaka is yet another movie in Tamil cinema. Watch it at your own risk!