Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru Review / Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru Movie Review : Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru, the mystery of Karthick Naren’s murder of Tamils, is preparing for a point, starting deliriously on a dark and rainy night – when we have a tragic killer and his target seems to be a young woman celebrating her birthday with her boyfriend. As he places a ring on his finger, Hell breaks. The film moves quickly six years when we see a retired and disabled agent, Deepak (Rahman), talking about his famous unresolved case of murder to a young man who wants to join the Indian police service. In an apparently dull morning six years ago, Deepak is called upon to investigate a young woman’s suicide which later turns out to be a case of homicide. Even as he probes this, he receives a phone call about a missing woman from her apartment, where there are traces of blood. Deepak realizes that there is a strange link between these two unhappy women. But he can not nail anyone. Or, perhaps, he does not want to.
Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru Movie Review Rating
Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru is undoubtedly a welcome relief from low-level comedy, sparkly costumes and meaningless songs and dances whose Tamil cinema is widely known. Naren – who also wrote the story – must be commended for his highly concentrated way of narration. No distractions here. Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru is undoubtedly a welcome relief from the low-level comedy. Rahman is effective as the policeman called to do something he does not totally cherish. But does he have a choice? Perhaps, a more seasoned captain could have brought this dilemma to light with more conviction. In addition, Naren’s script often appears confusing – causing confusion in the mind of a viewer. A thriller or a mystery can not, after all, be a puzzle such that solving it diminishes a good degree of cinematic enjoyment. As Naren later told this critic that a second visualization of his work would make things clearer. But, really, the public can not expect to do so.