Yennamo Nadakuthu has a lot happening around the movie right from the word go. The movie marks the comeback of Vijay Vasanth, who has grabbed the opportunity to hit the screens with a bang. He plays the role of a poster contractor based in Chennai, whose life revolves around his mother and friends. Read more>>
The trailer of Vaayai Moodi Pesavum certainly establishes the quirky idea of the film rather well, but Balaji Mohan proves his creative mettle by showing that his out-of- the-box material can sustain itself for over 2 hours and achieve an emotional connect in the end. He does this with no commercial distractions, no plot misdirection and with a strong whiff of humor Read more>>
Yennamo Yedho has very few gripping scenes and doesn’t make the connect with the viewer. Its pace is laborious and the romance that is portrayed is nothing new to the viewer. The so-called twists are also predictable and artificial. At the end of it all, inspite of the refreshing lead pair, the movie leaves you weary. Read more>>
TenaliRaman, as a standalone film, may find patrons in family audiences and children and may come across as a welcome break for vacation. But for ardent Vadivelu lovers, who seek his humor to de-stress, the film may work only in bits and pieces. Well, Thenaliraman is Vadivelu’s comeback vehicle works in parts. Read More>>
Damaal Dumeel, leaves you content – a one time watch. Well, you’ve got to watch the movie to find out the suspense.! Read more>>
The first ten minutes of Naan Sigappu Manithan (NSM) paint a gritty picture with its serious tone in both scripting and execution. A tense commercial entertainer.
Maan Karate is not as smart as the title suggests! Watch it for Siva Karthikeyan and Hansika Performance. Read More>>