The much awaited film of Dhanush “Thangamagan” is out in theatres today. Read on to find out if this rom-com is a usual one that the viewers see on big screen every week or has something extraordinary for the audience through our exclusive first day first show review, public talk and early estimates of Thangamagan’s 1st day box-office collection numbers.
Thangamagan Tamil Film First Day First Show Review & 1st Day Box-office Collection LIVE Update
As said by Anirudh Ravichander – it is a simple, straight from the heart family entertainer. Until now we are hearing good and positive reviews for this family film. With good storyline, superb music and outstanding direction by Velraj, on an all its an out and out entertainer.
Thangamagan starring Dhanush, Amy Jackson, Samantha, Radhikaa Sarathkumar & K.S. Ravikumar released in Tamil & Telugu language simultaneously in India and Overseas. Nava Manmadhudu is the title of its Telugu dubbed version.
The film has already proved out to be a BLOCKBUSTER in Dhanush’s career as it created record by releasing in approx 400 theatres in Tamil Nadu alone. After giving a blockbuster hit Velaiyilla Pattathari (2014), Thangamagan is the second collaboration of actor Dhanush with Director Velraj.
The album songs from Thangamagan composed by Anirudh Ravichander are already topping charts. Its clean love story and purely entertainment factor will definitely gonna liked by audience of all age group.
As expected Dhanush has delivered a power packed performance along with his two leading ladies – Amy Jackson & Samantha. This is the fourth release of Dhanush this year after “Maari”, “Anegan” and “Shamitabh”.
The viewers are giving positive reviews to Dhanush and Samantha’s acting. The audiences have pegged this movie to be a BLOCKBUSTER HIT and to mint an amazing number at the box-office on the very first day of its release. Overall its a Superb movie by Dhanush and must deserve a watch.
The social media is buzzed with overwhelming response from the viewers. Its a perfect treat for the fans and viewers of Tamil movies this week in theatres.