Taanakkaran, featuring Vikram Prabhu, avoided a theaterical release and it has premiered on Hotstar today. Here are its reviews
Cast: Vikram Prabhu, Lal
Seeking to turn into a cop, Arivazhagan also known as Arivu (Vikram Prabhu) effectively figures out how to join Police Recruits School (PRS). Pretty soon, he understands that things he expected to be simple are much more intense. The school is constrained by Inspector Muthupandi (Madhusudhan Rao), and his valet Eeshwaramurthy (Lal). These two torment the new participants for the sake of march preparation and when Arivu stands firm against it, things begin turning out badly with him.
Director Tamizh has thought of a dramatization that is hard-hitting as the police framework is unforgiving and laid out by the British in Taanakkaran. How police camps work, and how they work is told in the most ideal manner and in a practical way. This makes the film interesting and engaging as well. The selected people go through some serious hardship and the feelings they depict while changing in accordance with the hellfire-like environment of PRS are shown well. The newcomers around there are beaten and whacked in any event, when requested for something or if asked a question.
It really resembles heads of the Tamil film industry are in the mindset of making police-slamming films. Assuming that you recollect, everything began with films like Visaaranai. It set a precedent for making such movies and as of late, we have seen Jai Bhim, Ungal Nanbad, and a couple of others. These movies investigate how police use their control over individuals from the more vulnerable segment of society.
Around 350 learners come to PSR and they get the shock of their life when they are informed that there are just 6 latrines accessible there. Also, the cherry on the cake is the point at which they are asked to report the training by 5 am. At the point when one of the senior’s complaints, things deteriorate and the latrines are decreased to five.
Arivu, being the most educated among every one of the students, decides not to remain even headed with the abominations occurring there and chooses to scrutinize the organization and the trainers of PSR. Each time he did, he used get punished. Chellakannu (MS Bhaskar), the senior cop of a lower rank attempts to help the learners yet nothing works with regards to saving them from intellectually and actually being tortured by Moorthy and Pandi.
Vikram Prabhu got into the skin of the job and he has worked really hard as Arivu. It has been quite a while since we saw him last, seeing him in a strong and serious job does right by his fans and more joyful. In general, this film is most certainly worth a watch.