Debutante director JS Nandiniís maiden venture Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru (T4) provides some laughter, romance and some thrilling moments. T4 is out and out an urban movie that caters to the tastes of the so called multiplex audiences.
Arjun (Ajmal), an art director and visualizer in Srinivasan's (Mouli) advertisement company, is a man who gets into trouble by his messy way of conducting things. His colleague Archana (Rupa Manjari), a smart girl, is a person who wants to do everythin perfect. Both get an assignment and there starts the trouble.
They have to undertake an ad shoot for Johnson's baby products. Now they have to get a baby for the ad shoots. They somehow manage to get a baby and get the shoot done. Things get worse when Arjun and Archana need to get a contract signed for the baby, and the parents are nowhere to be found.
It is revealed that the baby is a kidnapped one. In a series of incidents filled with lot of fun and romance, the two set to find the baby's parents. The rest of the movie tells you who they achieve the mission.
Nandhini, with the able support of veteran Mouli, has utilized this premise to make the movie an entertainer. But she has made the lead characters look like caricatures after a point and this makes the narrative less effective. The last half hour of the movie tends to drag and hence needs to be trimmed.
Ajmal has proved that he could handle lighter roles and newcomer Rupa, who looks cute, has made her entry commendably. But it is Mouli, who stands out amidst the crowd. The seasoned actor has proved his caliber as an actor and a comedian.
Mani Sharma's tunes are just about okay but his background score is effective.
T4 has something to offer in terms of entertainment but the too much of light approach reduces the overall impact.