Featuring Vijay in a triple role opposite Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Amy Jackson latest south Indian Tamil flick Theri is making tremendous performance on the big screen. The film was released last Tamil New Year on 14 April in two versions- Tamil as Theri and Telugu as Policeodu. Whether in Tamil or Telugu dominated regions, the film has done a fantastic business all over the south Indian screens due to lack of competition and this being one of the top 10 awaited south Indian films of the current year.
Audience was waiting eagerly for its release and now when the film has hit the theatres finally everyone is going to watch this film in the cinema halls. Also due to the presence of many well known actors in main supportive roles like Mahendran, Prabhu, Raadhika & Rajendran, people found the film too interesting due to combo of south Indian cinema with the Bollywood industry. Good day of release and weekend time has resulted in big favor of Theri and the film gained positive advantage from these facts.
It is 5th working day for this high budget and buzzed Tamil & Telugu film and the performance of it till now is mind blowing. Today also film has received nice public response in the south India with decent overall Tuesday income. Total business done by Theri today is around 4.3 Crores. Lack of competition and big names associated with high public pre release response all these have brought good income and audience reviews for Theri movie. The film is running very well nowadays and with the coming weekend it is expected to see more high income in its account.
Theri A rocking sentimental come back for Thalapathy. Awesome movie directed by Atlee. Good acting by all actors and actress Samantha and Nainika great acting. Vijay at his Best. Atlee has created a masterpiece, superb editing, superb action and super acting. Tamil film is just climbing in its ways of storytelling. After long time vijay emote well in sentiment and romance scene and also in action sequence also. The biggest plus in the movie is vijay. So we can except Verithamaana Theme Through out the movie, the complete Commercial Cinema. Not encouraged for Critic Movie Lovers.