Thozha narrates the story of a quadriplegic billionaire played by Nagarjuna Akkineni and his caretaker played by Karthi. The unlikeliest bromance between the two leads forms the crux of the story which tugs at your heartstrings for most part of its runtime.
The scenes which showcase Karthi entering the opulent palatial house of Nagarjuna bring the roof down at regular intervals. The only disjointed sequences in the film are the needless romance between Karthi and Tamannah, who is more than just a glamdoll in the film, which flows seamlessly alternating between emotions and humor. The force-fed songs are yet another let down in a screenplay which needed no such momentum-spoilers.
Nagarjuna emotes superbly with excellent facial expressions and gestures that are picture perfect. Karthi fits the bill of a rogue-turned-caretaker who wants to depict himself to the world as a do-gooder.
Telugu filmmaker Vamshi Paidipally has perfectly adapted the original source material The Intouchables with significant local connect established in the portrayal of emotions and dialogues, which are penned with great sensibility by director Raju Murugan of Cuckoo fame.