Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum has a promising plot, but is marred by poor screenplay which includes several unwanted elements, both in the first as well as second half.
Jai looks convincing in his courier boy avatar. However, when it comes to the action sequences, the actor looks a tad out of place. The inclusion of Yami Gautham's character looks forced and the romantic portions involving her is a major drawback as they slow down the pace of the film.
Overall: This Jai-starrer could've been an edge of the seat thriller. But how many Tamil directors are bold enough to completely trust their story? Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum is another film that suffers at the hands of commercialization.
Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum is a story of how the life of a courier boy is affected when he is given the responsibility of delivering sensitive content to the mentioned address. Does he succeed in his battle? Who races ahead in this cat and mouse game. The answers to these questions form the rest of the movie.
The cast is decent enough with Jai at his usual best. Yami Gautham could have been given a meatier role. Although Santhanam’s presence in a thriller can be questioned, but his one-liners and comebacks do tickle our funny bone in every scene he appears.
Verdict: A decent delivery that could have been little faster and sharper.