Chellapa wants his son Murali to become a police officer like him but Murali's dream is a 'safe' bank job. However a series of events changes the course of Murali's life. Sigaram Thodu is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language Action Thriller motion picture featuring Vikram Prabhu, Sathyaraj, Monal Gajjar, Sathish, Gaurav Narayanan, Charandeep and K.s. Ravikumar. UTV Motion Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Siddharth Roy Kapur and Ronnie Screwvala. The movie is written and directed by Gaurav Narayanan. UTV Motion Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Sigaram Thodu was released on 12th September 2014 and takes a screen time of 138 minutes. Cinematography was done by Vijay Ulaganath and editing by Praveen K L. The music was composed by D Imman.
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Release Date12 SEP 2014
Run Time147 MINUTES
Action, Thriller, Drama
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Sigaram Thodu Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 5.0/5
Positive Review Rating : 43%
Sigaram Thodu largely succeeds in this and even manages to be both an emotional drama between a father and his son and a thriller on ATM robbery. ( Read More )
The little expectations of a father sweeps you off the feet, thanks to Gauravs smart and emotional screenplay. ( Read More )
Murali Pandian (Vikram Prabhu), the son of disciplinarian ex cop Chellapa (Sathyaraj), doesnt have high expectations or ambitions in his life. ( Read More )
Humour doesnt work as the director intended it to be and one might get the feeling that major segments of the first half could have been written better. ( Read More )
Gauravs gritty effort to offer viewers a largely understandable and relatable film deserves applause. ( Read More )