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A delicious thriller with a meaty, realistic plot and nicely fleshed out characters

A delicious thriller with a meaty, realistic plot and nicely fleshed out characters

Highlights the irregularities in our educational system.

A watchable film with plenty of twists and turns including a very strong message based on education racket.

Engages us throughout and keep throwing surprises till the end.

Only very few debut filmmakers grab our attention with lesser known actors and showcase technical excellency in limited budgets.

Kaashmora review: Entertaining

An ambitious historic supernatural thriller laced with humour, that works to a large extent because of Karthi’s screen presence and energetic performance.

Remo review: Entertaining

'Remo' is a candyfloss rom-com, relies mainly on Sivakarthikeyan's energetic screen presence, comic timing and the much hyped flawless nurse getup.

Iru Mugan review: Thrilling entertainer

The first half of the film is a killer with well etched out action sequences and a brilliant twist in the interval. I

54321 review- Exhausting

An amateurish attempt which turns out to be an exhausting film.

Enakku Innoru Per Irukku review: Entertaining

EIPI is fresh and is sure to appeal to a wide spectrum of audiences. Book your tickets and order a large popcorn, enjoy this highly entertaining flick on the big screen.

Oru Naal Koothu review: Engaging

What really works here are the excellent performances from the lead cast especially the three female leads

Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran review:A rib-tickling entertainer

A rib tickling comedy entertainer with all its bizarre, outrageous , wacky jokes and superb one-liners.

Ko2-Review: Decent political entertainer with a message

The film addresses the extent a man can go to bring out the truth in the dirty world of politics.

Thozha review: Breezy feel-good entertainer

Director Vamshi has given us the best possible adaptation of French classic The Intouchables with flavors that suit the taste of our audiences.