Cast: Vishal, Tamannaah, Jagapathi Babu, Vadivelu, Soori, Jaya Prakash, Tarun Arora, Soundaaraja, Aaarthi and Others.
Cinematography: Richard M Nathan
Music: Hiphop Tamizha
Banner: Madras Enterprises, Cameo Films
Release: 23rd December, 2016
Behind the screens:
Vishal who is known for pakka mass movies, now he is come with another thriller Okkadochchaadu. Let us see what impact Vishal made on movie lovers.
Arjun (Vishal) comes to city with a secret plan. In between gorgeous girl Divya (Tamannaah) fall in love with him without knowing anything about him. However she comes to know some startling secrets about Arjun and her brother DGP Chandra Bose (Jagapathi Babu) who unearths Rs 250crs from an unknown truck after intense investigation. Watch Okkadochchaadu to unravel the secrets.
Vishal slipped into the role effortlessly. His performance, body language and expressions are apt for the role. Tamannaah stole the hearts with her sensuous treat on silver screen. Jagapathi Babu surprised with powerful role. Sampath Raj is good in his role. Vadivelu’s comedy in his comeback didn’t evokes any laughs. Others played accordingly.
Director Suraj who is popular in Tamil for his mass masala entertainers came with similar plot to attract audience. However this time he failed to connect audience hearts. He came with outdated story and failed to generate some interest with his stale screenplay and direction. Suraj failed to elevate the heroism and the mass power of Vishal.
Music of Hiphop Tamizha is just ordinary. There is not even one song which attracts viewers. Placement of songs tests the patience of audience. Editor Selva RK had chances to trim few scenes. Cinematography of Richard M Nathan is good. Stunt choreography is attractive unlike choreography in songs. Dialogues are pretty ordinary Production values are good.
– Lead cast
– Outdated Story
Okkadochahadu movie drags after an interesting start and from then drags with director’s narration. Same with second half and the film finally ends with routine climax after few stunts and car changes.
Skip this movie if you can.
Review By Manikick