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Taana Movie Review: Looks like there will be no dearth of stories in Kollywood as long as filmmakers come up with a plot around one or the other disorders. Vaibhav had played a civil engineer who deals with night blindness in his previous outing, Sixer. This time, his character (Sakthi) seems to be suffering from a weird voice disorder, which is referred to as puberphonia – his voice transforms to that of a woman’s whenever he becomes nervous.
Sakthi hails from a family of cops – his father (Pandirajan), who also served in the department, wants him to don the khakhi, but the former is reluctant due to his voice disorder. But an unexpected incident changes his mind. He becomes a cop and takes on a gang of fraudsters who took a woman’s life. But little did he knew that a big shot was behind the gang. How he deals with them forms the rest of the story.
Taana has nothing new to offer except for another disorder-based characterisation created for its protagonist. There is hardly any scene which makes one empathise with the protagonist. On top of that, the film is filled with several clichés we come across in most of the films – a middle-class hero, a female lead for the hero to fall in love at first fight, father-son ego, doting mother, and so on. A horror angle and an investigation track in the latter half are better than the tiring former half. Apart from the decent technical side, what keeps the audience hooked to an extent is Vaibhav’s performance and some of the one-liners of Yogi Babu.