Director: Jayanth C Paranji
Producer: Ganesh Babu Music
Music Director: Mani Sharma
Starring: Pawan Kalyan, Trisha, and Kruthi Kharbanda others...
Tollywoodstuff Rating: 3.5/5
Theen Maar Movie Review – Theen Maar Review – Theenmaar Telugu Movie Review: Teen Maar is one of the most awaited films of this year and why not? There is no need to say what Pawan Kalyan is capable of and how great his star power is. He had his tough times but he was not down and out at any instance in his career. Pawan Kalyan always rocked when he did films in comedy and romance genre. So, Theen Maar has far more reasons to raise the expectations level. Here’s the review…
This is a remake of Bollywood hit Love Aaj Kal and the Hindi movie title itself says what this movie is about. It is about Love… then and now. Everything has changed with time and human emotions too. Love is not an exception. How love and lovers used to be three decades ago? How they have changed with time. Arjun Palvoy (Pawan Kalyan) and Vasumathi (Kriti Karbhanda) played the love pair of eighties and Michael Velayudham (Pawan) and Meera (Trisha) are the love pair of current times. Arjun has to face the wrath of customs and has to convince parents who feel that love is a crime. Michael has to overcome his confusion and realize his true love towards Meera. That sums up the story.
When said as two different stories, Theen Maar doesn’t seem like an interesting film. But when those two stories are clubbed together it turned out to be an engaging and entertaining fare. Thanks to the director that he didn’t include many characters and too much melodrama to make this film suitable for our masses. He has stuck to the core material of the original and the rest was done by Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram.
Teen Maar starts off on a dull note. Technical errors like ‘spot dubbing’ to Michael’s character marred the proceedings. When things seemed so gloomy and when the film’s graph is going down at a rocket speed, then entered Arjun Palvoy’s character.And from then on the movie went to the next level and it was a total fun with few hiccups in the middle. Climax is the heart of the movie and that is where Theen Maar scores brownie points.
Pawan Kalyan fans are sure going to have ablast with this movie. Families and youngsters have lots of elements to feel it worth a watch. We have to wait and see how masses like this.
Pawan Kalyan is at his best in enacting two different roles. He is extremely energetic as Micheal and powerful as Arjun. This is easily one of his best performances to date. His Italian is fun. His dances are fine. He excelled in the role towards the climax and proved that he is at home in doing such roles. This is an out and out one man show from Pawan. Trisha did her part well. However she looked old in few scenes. Kriti Kharbanda is fine. Care should have been taken on her makeup. Paresh Rawal is good in his role. Mukesh Rushi and Sonu Sood are believable. Ali did a cameo. Rest of the star cast supported the flow of the story.
Dialogues by Trivikram are an asset. His subtle changes in the screenplay are superb. Trivikram gave his midas touch to this film especially towards the finale. Mani Sharma's music is another bonus. Almost all the songs are good on screen. J. Vincent's cinematography is good. Editing is fine. Only major problem is with the sound mixing during the first thirty minutes. Spot dubbing has not been done in a proper way. They should have safely shunned it for a better quality.
Production values are rich. Direction by Jayanth is smooth. He didn't do anything silly and stuck to the basics. He has once again proved that he can handle the remake films well.
- Pawan Kalyan performance
- Trivikram dialogues
- Spot dubbing errors
- Few screenplay hiccups in the second hour
Final Word: Theen Maar lives up to its tag line 'celebration of love'. This is the best film of Pawan Kalyan post Kushi. Even better than Jalsa content wise. Pawan has a winner on hands. Holidays and family crowds should lap it up.