Shiva (Shiva) is an undercover police officer who is on a mission to catch dreaded don P (Sathish), who often changes his looks.
Besides his job, Shiva also has to settle a personal score with the villain. In the meantime, Shiva’s rich past too is revealed. Is he able to achieve his mission or not is the crux of Tamizh Padam 2.
As far as acting is concerned, no one can even think of replacing Shiva in his role, he has made it his own. He leaves the audience puzzled as to whether actually he is being serious or being humourous. He has done an excellent job in the role.
Sathish who is antagonist in the movie sports a different getup whenever he is shown. He has replicated some of the iconic villains of Tamil cinemas and it has really paid off.
Ishwarya Menon has been perfectly cast in the role. She is beautiful and witty as well. One of the biggest strengths of the movie is the music by Kannan.
He has given a variety of sounds in the film based on the movies which the director has tried to spoof. Instead of giving the original track as it is, Kannan has improvised making sure that the audience get the feel of the original movie with the humourous tone of Tamizh Padam 2.
Gopi Amarnath’s camera angles have recreated scenes as it were in the original movies. His shots are pleasant and gives a fresh feel to the audience.
Every character in the movie such as Chetan, R Sundarrajan, Santhabharathi all have done well and get the attention of the audience.
The only drawback is that audience will have to know what movie the TP2 team is spoofing in each scene. Even before you could realise it, the other next scene begins.
Do not expect logic in the movie, go laugh your heart out and enjoy. It is a very good job by director C S Amudhan and his team.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Director: C. S. Amudhan
Producer: S. Sashikanth
Music director: Kannan