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Theeran, a police officer, tries to decode a series of cold blood events based on same pattern. Who's behind those ruthless events? How Theeran and team traces them? Did they succeed? forms the story of this crime action thriller. The story is based on true incidents handled by Police department in 2000s.
The introduction on the history of criminal tribes in India is based from the "Moon gazer" chapter from the book Khaki Files written by Neeraj Kumar, former Commissioner of police, Delhi. See more »
During the climax fight, Ohma's one shoe falls out his foot as Theeran flips him, but as the he grabs Theeran with his legs, it can be seen that he has both his shoes intact. See more »
When I was 5, my dad who went out to get chocolate wearing his uniform, never returned. My mother never let me realize that as a personal loss. Not everyone is lucky to lose life in the line of duty. She raised me keeping my dad as an example. Till date, I can proudly say, I'm his son. It should be the case with my children too. It's not anger nor a revenge. If we get off this case, we both... will regret entire life that we didn't perform our duties well.
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Written by Uday Kumar
Performed by Ghibran, Padmalatha See more »
A captivating thriller
A captivating police thriller! While it's a highly dramatized version of a police operation, a commoner like me gets bits of information about the police ways of investigation and nabbing the criminals. The importance of technology, especially, digitisation of the police files, the crucial nature of coordination between the police departments of different states etc. have been portrayed well. Highlights the exasperating state of the security apparatus in out country and the utter disregard and oblivion towards the honest and brave police officers. If one ignores the brief relapses of typical Indian(Tamil cinema no exception!) masala, the movie is an engrossing experience.
It's high time that Bollywood takes a cue from the regional film industries and reinvents itself.
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