Thiruttu Payale 2 (2017) Tamil Movie Cast, story And Reviews
Thiruttu Payale 2 (2017) is a Tamil language neo-noir thriller film that is directed by Susi Ganeshan and produced by AGS Entertainment. The film is the sequel to the 2006 hit movie Thiruttu Payale, which was also directed by Susi Ganeshan. Thiruttu Payale 2 stars Bobby Simha, Prasanna, and Amala Paul in lead roles, and it was released on 30 November 2017. In this article, we will explore the cast, story, and reviews of Thiruttu Payale 2 and why it is worth watching.
Cast and Crew
Thiruttu Payale 2 stars Bobby Simha as Selvam, a cunning and greedy cybercriminal who blackmails women for money, and Prasanna as Uthayanan, an honest and hardworking police officer who is determined to bring Selvam to justice. Amala Paul plays Agalya, a simple and innocent girl who falls victim to Selvam’s blackmailing tactics. The film also features Sanam Shetty, Vivek Prasanna, and Soundarya Bala Nandakumar in supporting roles.
Thiruttu Payale 2 follows the story of Selvam, a conman who operates a website where he lures women into sending him their intimate photos and videos. Selvam then blackmails these women for money and uses the money to fund his lavish lifestyle. One of Selvam’s victims is Agalya, a young and innocent girl who is blackmailed into paying him a huge sum of money. However, things take a dramatic turn when Uthayanan, an honest police officer, starts investigating Selvam’s crimes. Uthayanan and his team work tirelessly to gather evidence against Selvam, leading to a thrilling cat and mouse chase between the two.
Thiruttu Payale 2 received positive reviews from both the audience and the critics. The film was praised for its engaging storyline, excellent performances, and stylish direction. Bobby Simha’s portrayal of Selvam was highly praised for his ability to bring depth and nuance to the character. Prasanna’s performance as Uthayanan was also lauded for his ability to balance the character’s toughness and sensitivity.
The film’s technical aspects were also praised, including the cinematography by P. Chelladurai and the music by Vidyasagar. The songs and background score by Vidyasagar added to the mood of the film, and the cinematography captured the grittiness and edginess of the story.