Review: Tik Tik Tik(Jayam Ravi, Nivetha Pethuraj)

Review: Tik Tik Tik(Jayam Ravi, Nivetha Pethuraj)

Cast: Jayam Ravi, Nivetha Pethuraj
Music Director : D. Imman
Cinematographer : Venkatesh S
Editor : Pradeep E. Ragav
Producer : Chadalavada Padmavathi
Director : Shakti Soundar Rajan

Jayam Ravi's space thriller Tik  Tik  Tik has been waiting for a release for quite some time now. After facing a lot of release issues, it made it to the screens on June 22nd. Read on to see how the film turns out to be.

Story:
An asteroid from outer space falls in the city of Vizag damaging it in a big way. The entire authorities are alerted and keep finding what has happened all off a sudden. This is when the research wing of the government finds out that there is one more similar danger which will cause even more havoc. To save all this, Jayam Ravi and his team are appointed. The crux of the story is as to how Jayam Ravi manages to save the damage control.

Performances:
Jayam Ravi's son makes his debut in the film and he is very impressive. He plays his real-life character in the film and all his scenes with his father are nice. Jayam Ravi, on the other hand, is apt as the man who takes up the challenge. His approach towards the script is very nice and the manner in which Ravi does his role was good. Aaron Aziz who plays the Chinese villain was also good in the film. Rest of the supporting cast who played the scientists suit their roles okay.

Technicalities:
D Immam's background score is what clicks for the film here. His way of giving a new sound to this new age thriller is very good and makes things better for the audience. Director Soundar Rajan's thought is very good and his way of showcasing the VFX is also very good. His attempt is very honest as he tries to make this space thriller for the very first time in India and that too with a lot of conviction. But the good essence and grip on the script are lost in the narration somewhere. Special mention is for the VFX part which is on par to the Hollywood flicks.

What clicks:
VFX
Storyline

What Flops:
Last ten minutes
Loopholes in Logics

Overall Analysis:
Tik Tik Tik is surely honest attempt we must say as no one has dared to narrate this story in such a big way. The premise is good and so was the VFX. But things get silly as many things happen too easily and this might put off some audience who are used to these films. barring this, there is nothing much that you can hate or like in this film as it is an okayish kind of a watch for the movie patrons.