Tamaar Padaar is the satirical comedy movie directed by scenarist Dileesh Nair. The movie, which stars Prithviraj, Baburaj, Chemban Vinod Jose and Srinda Ashab in central roles, revolves around ACP Pouran, and circus artists Jumber Thambi and Crossbelt Mani who comes into his life. The movie is produced by Renjith under the banner Rejaputhra Visual Media.
Jumber Thambi (Baburaj) is a streer circus artis, who is specialised in bike jumps. After a series of incidents, he meets Cross belt Mani (Chemban Vinod Jose) and the duo starts performing together. Then enters ACP Pouran (Prithviraj), a flamboyant yet tough police officer. Pouran is extremely devoted towards his duty. Thus forms the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Prithviraj makes a decent performance as ACP Pouran. The actor uses Trivandum dialect in the movie. But the film is a total wrong choice for the actor to perform.
Baburaj and Chemban Vinod Jose did their parts well and manage to entertain the audience. Srinda Ashab Shines in her brief role.
Script and Direction
The script by Dileesh nair and Shyam Pushkaran fails to make the plot engaging. The major minus point of the movie is the extremely weak and logic less story line. The movie fails to create an impact and falls into slow pace from the beginning itself.
Direction by Dileesh Nair fails to make the movie impress and completely follows the soul less script. The movie is doubtlessly a bad choice for the directorial debut for the acclaimed scenarist.
Alby’s cinematography is fine. The editing doesn't meets the standard as the movie falls completely out of rhythm.
Music and Background score
Bijibal’s songs are fine; while he excels with the background score.
On the whole, Tamaar Padaar is a total disappointment.