Murali Pandian (Vikram Prabhu) is the only son of Chellapa (Sathyaraj) an honest police officer who now works in the crime and records bureau of the department. Chellapa wants his son to follow his footsteps and win a gallantry medal, but Murali has his own reason not to be a cop. He prefers a 9 to 5 job and aspires to be a bank manager. Murali falls in love with Ambujam ( Monal Gajjar) and she also never wants him to be a cop. However due to circumstances he is forced to take up a police job and go after a gang which attacks ATM’s!
Performance wise, both Vikram Prabhu and Sathyraj are excellent. Monal Gajjar looks pretty as a picture and gives a good performance too. The music by D Imman is pleasing; the melodious Pidikkudhae is visually stunning, while legendary singer K J Yesudas enchants us with his beautiful rendition of Anbulla Appa. The BGM too keeps the momentum going; however, a couple of songs are totally out of sync.
Cinematographer Vijay Ulaganathan has done a great job behind the camera and so has editor, K L Praveen.
The director keeps you hooked from the first shot with his well-written script that cleverly weaves the commercial elements into the realistic narration. A well-executed film with good performances, Sigaram Thodu is definitely worth watching.