Thikka

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Thikka
Sai Dharam Tej's Thikka poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sunil Reddy
Produced by Dr. Rohin Reddy
Written by Lakshmi Bhupal
Harsha Vardhan (dialogues)
Starring Sai Dharam Tej
Larissa Bonesi
Music by S. Thaman
Cinematography K. V. Guhan
Edited by Karthika Srinivas
Production
company
Sri Venkateswara Movie Makers
Release date
  • 13 August 2016 (2016-08-13)
[1]
Running time
135 mins
Country India
Language Telugu

Thikka (English: Frenzy) is 2016 Indian Telugu action comedy film produced by Dr. Rohin Reddy on Sri Venkateswara Movie Makers banner and directed by Sunil Reddy. Starring Sai Dharam Tej, Larissa Bonesi in the lead roles and music composed by S. Thaman.[2][3][4] Production began on 31 July 2015 in Hyderabad.[5] Tamil film actors Silambarasan & Dhanush have sung one song each in this film. The film was released on 13 August 2016 globally. The film received highly negative reviews, with praise directed to Sai Dharam Tej's performance, but criticism towards the direction, irrational and confusing screenplay and the incoherent script.

The film was later dubbed into Hindi and released under the title Rocket Raja by Goldmines Telefilms in 2018.

Plot[edit]

The film is a confusion kidnap drama; Aditya (Sai Dharam Tej) is a booze-happy youngster who enjoys his day to day life until he meets a beautiful girl Anjali in an accident. He falls in love with her at first sight itself and also makes her fall in love with him too. After she entered to his life his entire lifestyle changes he leaves one by one all his bad habits, acquires a job in a corporate company and she also separates Aditya from his father Manohar (Rajendra Prasad) who is a big womanizer and drunker than him and also joins Manohar in a rehabilitation center.

The twist in the story arises when complications erupt between the couple and they break up with each other for a small quarrel. Anjali is a daughter of a multimillionaire Madan Mohan (Anand) who fixes her marriage with another rich man’s son Jayanth (Vennela Kishore). Simultaneously in the office, Aditya conned by Kapoor (Ali) who wants to give promotion to his girlfriend Kavitha (Mumaith Khan), so he traps Aditya makes him cheat his childhood friend Stephen (Sathya) which makes the conflict between them.

The frustrated Aditya call for a break up party along with his friends where so many characters enter into his life, Starting from his father Manohar escaping from rehabilitation center along with a girl Kamala (VJ Bani) his lover, who is a daughter of a late mafia don Devraj (Jakki), then a prostitute Padma come into the picture, suddenly two gangs of Sadhu Bhai (Ajay) and Narasimha (Raghu Babu) are after Aditya. A series of mad events follow - they fight with some guys, destroy a restaurant, a petrol bunk is burnt, etc. More on that Anjali elopes from marriage for Aditya and her father Madan Mohan’s men are also behind him and another beautiful girl Virisha (Mannara Chopra) tries to kill Aditya saying herself as his ex-lover. Rest of the story how Aditya comes out from this crazy situation.

Cast[edit]

Principal cast
Supporting cast

Soundtrack[edit]

Thikka
Thikka Audio.jpg
Film score by S. Thaman
Released
  • 30 July 2016 (2016-07-30)
Recorded 2016
Genre Soundtrack
Length 19:29
Label Aditya Music
Producer S. Thaman
S. Thaman chronology
Sarrainodu
(2016)Sarrainodu2016
Thikka
(2016)
Srirastu Subhamastu
(2016)Srirastu Subhamastu2016

Music composed by S. Thaman. Music released on ADITYA Music Company. Audio launch held on 30 July 2016 at Shilpakala Vedika, Hyderabad.[6]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Thikka"Ramajogayya SastryDhanush3:49
2."Hot Shot Hero"BhaskarabhatlaSimbu,MC Vickey3:37
3."Dirty Picture"BhaskarabhatlaUsha Uthup,Simha3:01
4."Nee Kosam"Ramajogayya SastryRevanth5:05
5."Vellipoke"Neeraja KonaS. Thaman3:31
Total length:19:29

Critical reception[edit]

The film received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics, praising Sai Dharam Tej's performance while heavily criticizing its story, many considering it to be very confusing and weak. 123Telugu gave it a 2.25/5 saying "Overall, Thikka is one film which Sai Dharam Tej should immediately erase from his memory. He should stay away from scripts like these which can spoil his career big time. Except for his sincere performance, this film has absolutely nothing to offer in any which way possible. Stay away from this one otherwise, you can end up losing your mind."[7] mirchi9 gave it a 1.5/5 and wrote "One can say the same thing about Thikka as well. There is a huge Hollywood hangover visible throughout the film. The style and the humor are acquired taste and it is not for everybody. Finally, the film is a hit and miss kind of film. There are parts that are truly hilarious and there are parts that are atrocious and make one squirm uncomfortably in their places."[8] telugu360 also gave it a 1.5/5 and noted "Thikka movie’s first half is bad and second half is worse. This movie is one such movie where everything has gone awry. Sai Dharam Tej should be very cautious about his story selection at this point of his career. At Box-office, this movie may have some revenue till first weekend in India. At overseas Box-office, Thikka will end up as one of the lowest grossers in recent years."[9]

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