Succeeds in first attempt
Thittam Irandu – Review
Thittam Irandu is the story of how a police inspector solves the mystery surrounding the death of her childhood friend.
Aishwarya Rajesh is transferred to Chennai. While travelling to the metropolitan city she is attracted to a co-passenger and falls in love with him.
However as soon as taking charge she comes to know about the death of her childhood friend and she finds its to be suspicious and starts investigating. What transpires next forms the rest of the story.
Director Vignesh Karthick has maintained the suspense throughout the movie and the end twist is also surprising.
The movie revolves around Aishwarya Rajesh who has delivered a terrific performance. She has the scope to emote different feelings and has done complete justice to the role.
She is able to keep the audience engaged with her seasoned acting and expressions. The movie boasts of a strong technical crew. Gokul Benoy’s camerawork gels well with the movie. Editing by CS Prem Kumar is crisp. Music by Sathish Raghunathan is good.