Moonar


Being inspired by real life incident is one thing. Trying to transpose the same onto celluloid is another. Making a mish-mash and trying to turn the incident into a suspense thriller is Thambi Durai. As if it won’t suffice the director also foists himself in the role of a man on murderous mission.

Don’t be lured by the misleading title, expecting a trip into lushy, idyllic hilly haven of Munnar where the denouement takes place. Rolling like a stone gathering no sense nor speed, ‘Moonar’ spotlights on a honeymoon that turns bizzare for a BPO bride.
Thrust into a marriage by her parents on finding she has fallen for the owner of cab she commutes in, the girl goes mad when hubby goes missing on the nuptial night. Meanwhile, a serial killer is on prowl. How the CBI solves the mystery, which turns out to be a jilted lover’s vile vendetta, forms the rest of the dreary drama.

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