Thuppaki has brought joy to Kajal Agarwal. The movie starring Vijay and directed by AR Murugadoss is making waves. She played Vijay’s ladylove Nisha in the movie.
Kajal Agarwal is now busy acting in All in All Azhaguraja besides a few in Tollywood and one in Hindi with the maker of A Wednesday.
Kajal Agarwal is confident that shew would make a name for herself in Tamil cinema post Thuppaki. The tall actress has won enough laurels for her performance in Thuppaki. She thanked the cast and crew of Thuppaki for making the movie count.
Gun Is Loud, Romance Is Good
We have to talk about two big films that are expected to do heavy noise in Tollywood though they are other language films. One is Tamil hero Vijay‘s ‘Thuppaki‘ and second one is Bollywood hero Shahrukh Khan‘s ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan‘. Here is the first talk about them.
‘Tupaki’ has once again proved the stamina of Vijay as mass hero in Kollywood, but Muragadoss tumbled with slow screenplay and dragged story here and then. Kajal-Vijay’s love angle is said to be interesting for first 30 minutes, but failed to create impact later. But the gun fired by Vijay is loud in action scenes and they will make the whole movie enjoyable.
Coming to ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan‘, the movie is good in romance and bids a perfect farewell to Yash Chopra‘s career. However, there are no surprising elements and stunning scenes one would expect from Shahrukh Khan as the movie is quite predictable. Though some over exaggerated drama is cut out from this run-of-mill story, for adventure romanticists, the flick beats in the head. AR Rahman‘s soothing background score and visually appealing cinematography might please A centre audiences.