Thakka Thakka

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Thakka Thakka
Thakka Thakka.jpg
Poster
Directed by Sanjeev
Written by Sanjeev
Starring Vikranth
Abhinaya
Aravinnd
Parvati Nirban
Arul Dass
Rahul Venkat
Music by Jakes Bejoy
Cinematography Sujith Sarang
Edited by Sreejith Sarang
Production
company
Versatile Studio
Distributed by Kalaipuli International
Release date
August 28, 2015
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget unknown

Thakka Thakka (Attack Attack) is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language action-drama film written and directed by Sanjeev,[1] whose younger brother, Vikranth, plays the lead role.[2][3] The film, earlier titled Piravi,[4][5] also features Rahul Venkat, Abhinaya, Leema Babu and Parvati Nirban in lead roles.[6] It was released worldwide by S. Thanu's Kalaipuli International on 28 August 2015.[7]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack was composed by debutant Jakes Bejoy. The album was released under the label "Saregama".[10]

  • Thakka Thakka - Haricharan
  • Saaral Mazhai - Saindhavi, Abhay
  • Yaar Ivano - Sanjeevkumar, Jakes Bijoy
  • Thedi Thedi - Jakes Bejoy, Ranjith
  • Yaaro Yaar - Pradeep
  • Egambaney - Ayyadurai
  • Edhum Sollamal - Chinmayi, Haricharan

Critical reception[edit]

Times of India rated 3 out of 5 and wrote "Thakka Thakka is the kind of film that shows spirit even though it doesn't come together as a whole. There are moments that stand out, but the film lacks the tautness in writing that could have made it into a gripping action film".[11] Sudhir Srinivasan of The Hindu wrote "Thakka Thakka’s predictable, wafer-thin plot actually makes even WWE storylines seem like meritorious literary work in comparison".[12] Behindwoods rated the film 2 out of 5 and wrote "On the whole what promises to be a thrilling action film loses track mid-way".[13] Silverscreen wrote "Everything about Thaakka Thaaka, from the title, to the posters, to the trailers and promos, made it a point to tell the audience that the film is about action. The filmmakers wanted the film to be ‘hard-hitting’. Perhaps they took the term too seriously, because most of the film is full of ‘hard-hitting’ stunts – punches, throat-slitting, stabbing, and hitting people with long iron rods".[14]

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