Tyson movie review: The tiger cub make its first kill

It has all the typical ingredients - comedy, romance villains and loads of action.

Director: K Ramanarayan
Cast: Vinod Prabhakar, Gayathri Iyer, Chikkanna, Srinivas Murthy, Vinaya Prakash, Ravi Kale

In a make or break venture, Vinod Prabhakar, son of late Tiger Prabhakar finally makes his first kill (good impression). Despite the ability, Vinod had been struggling for long and this was his last chance to prove himself. All said and done, the movie is not so great but has provided a great platform for Vinod Prabhakar to further push himself towards stardom. With sensible script, this hungry tiger with the taste of blood after its first kill will be eager to not miss its target.

Minus Vinod Prabhakar, Tyson with an ordinary script revolving around good over evil which are done to death could have easily been an ordinary experience. With moments of his own backed by his legendary father - Tiger Prabhakar, the title Tyson (Tiger's son) suits apt. It has all the typical ingredients - comedy, romance villains and loads of action. To web these much needed components, the director does it through Tyson whose only ambition in his life is to become a sub-inspector following the footsteps of his later father who was also a police officer.

While the hero is heading towards his dream, he encounters villains, and also his love. On one side he keeps thrashing the baddies, the love blossoms with comedy plot and song breaks. However, it takes a twist when the girl's father opposes knowing that Tyson wants to join police department. Then, he encounters a corrupt police officers who is hell bent on failing him during the selection process. Will Tyson become a police officer or he will lose his love in doing so?

Vinod who returns with good package of decent dance moves, much improved voice base, confident approach, and most of all with the right punches (action) makes it a good one time watch.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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