Naachiyaar review:A film that starts off slowly but draws you into its drama. At a crisp 100 minutes, it’s a perfectly satisfying watch that deserves your time.
Sollividava review: The story line demands a realistic execution but Arjun prefers to play it to the gallery, which is the film's biggest drawback.
Kalakalappu-2 review: This is a movie that works on account of the clap-trap dialogues, and the authentic texture of the world that it’s set in.
Savarakathi review: The film’s writer Mysskin has rightly blended humor, emotion and value of humanity to keep the audiences engrossed.
Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren review: The film flounders as comedy has not been worked out well after setting up a delicious premise.
Director tries to convey a solid message on the caste-based issues that exists in the south TN through the eyes of an ex-army man and a newly recruited cop.
Padai Veeran review: Dhana did not have anything new to say as caste wars in south Tamilnadu has been told several times
A crisp authentic rural action entertainer filled with communal clash, betrayal, family sentiment and the pride of Tamil culture
Maduraveeran review: It is surprisingly a good village entertainer with minor flaws.
Mannar Vagaiyara review: Vemal is back to his home ground with this movie, which has the caste flavor with usual rural masala ingredients to satisfy 'B' and 'C' center audiences.
Nimir Review: It's quite surprising to see Udhayanidhi Stalin coming out of his comfort zone to attempt a realistic-drama
Bhaagamathie review: The horror sequences didn't work much as the director only repeated the familiar situations to scare us but the contemporary political sequences work out reasonably well.
Padmaavat review: The entire screenplay depends on Deepika, she is the driving force of the film and her majestic walk in the climax speaks volumes about her acting prowess.
Gulaebaghavali review: The film completely belongs to Revathy. She steals the thunder with her comedy timing and quirky body language.