Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum is a Tamil thriller comedy film (also being simultaneously shot but released earlier in Telugu as Courier Boy Kalyan) written & directed by Premsai and produced by Gautham Menon. The stars Jai and Yami Gautam in the lead roles. While Santhanam, VTV Ganesh, Naasar, Saranya Ponvannan and Ashuthosh Rana in the supporting roles. The film music scored by Karthik, cinematography done by Sathya Ponmar and edited by Praveen Antony.
Jai as Tamilselvan
Yami Gautam as Kavya
Santhanam as Nasa
VTV Ganesh as AC Shakthivel
Ashutosh Rana as Dr.Arun
Nassar as Social Activist Sathyamoorthy
Thambi Ramaiah as Wardboy Manikandan
Tamilselvan (Jai) comes to Chennai to search a job and stays with his sister and brother-in-law (VTV Ganesh). He meets Kavya (Yami Gautham) a sales girl at a Kadhi shop and instantly fall in love with her. He takes up the job of a courier delivery boy with the help of his friend Nasa (Santhanam) who already works there, to meet his love interest everyday in the pretext of delivering courier.
In the same time, movie shows an illegal activity of medical network which is lead by Dr.Arun (Ashuthosh Rana). He removed stem cells from the pregnant womens by early abortion and used to treat and cure blindness, spinal injuries and diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. A ward boy (Thambi Ramaiah) smells this illegal activity when an unusually large number of abortions is seen, and he couriers all the proofs to a social activist Sathyamoorthy (Nasser).
A courier, exposing this crime reaches the hands of Tamilselvan and Arun’s men are on the run to stop this courier from reaching its target at any cost. This leads Tamilselvan into a death trap. Does he succeed in his battle? Who races ahead in this cat and mouse game. The answers to these questions form the rest of the movie.
Jai has done a neat job as he portrays a ‘normal man getting into an abnormal situation’ which he has already done in his earlier film ‘Vadacurry’. Yami Gautham looks good and her expressions are very nice. Santhanam and VTV Ganesh given their best. Ashuthosh Rana was performed well as a villain. Nasser as usual lived in his role of an anti-corruption crusader and Thambi Ramaiah as a kind-hearted hospital ward assistant makes a mark.
Tamilsevanum Thaniyar Anjalum is a decent delivery from the debutant director Premsai & Co.