Muralipandian is the only son of Chellapandian, a disabled ex-policeman who expresses a desire to see his son in the police one day. However, Murali is against becoming a policeman due to an incident which happened in his childhood; when Chellapa lost his leg during police duty, his wife fell down the stairs on hearing the news, leading to her death and left a crippled Chellapa to single-handedly look after the young Murali. His ambition is to become a bank managerWikipedia
Sigaram Thodu Reviews
Overall Sigaram Thodu is a well packed entertainer which will satisfy all sections of audiences.
A well-executed film with good performances, Sigaram Thodu is definitely worth watching.
The film also gives the feeling that it should have been edited tightly, not on the editing table but during the writing. It feels a bit lengthy and too much time is spent on the romantic track (which happens over a pilgrimage), and despite some imaginative picturisation, the songs aren't integrated well into the script. There are also unnecessary attempts at comedy, and it is during these instances that we look back fondly at Arima Nambi, which smartly avoided such audience-pleasing elements.
It’s an intelligent cop story amidst roaring, thigh slapping cops. It’s different. It’s Original.
On the whole here is a film that strikes a balance between style and substance. The director and his screenplay have been able to construct an engrossing actor –driven thriller with panache.
A good thriller towards the end, after much wasted time.
Sigaram Thodu has the right balance of all the necessary commercial ingredients....
An enjoyable thriller with a little less engaging first half.