Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran review: A rib tickling comedy entertainer with all its bizarre, outrageous , wacky jokes and superb one-liners.
Ko2-Review: The film addresses the extent a man can go to bring out the truth in the dirty world of politics.
Thozha review: Director Vamshi has given us the best possible adaptation of French classic The Intouchables with flavors that suit the taste of our audiences.
Pugazh review: Although the film moves at a leisure pace, well-etched out characters and a solid message make this one an engaging watch.
Pokkiri Raja review: It is a decent comedy entertainer and watchable for its unique attempt and an entertaining first half.
Miruthan review: Audiences worldwide, are attracted to Zombie genre for various reasons and Miruthan is indeed an engaging thriller which moves at brisk pace
Anjala review: Overall, Anjala is a watchable feel good film with the usual clichés of Kollywood including romance and comedy.
Saagasam review: The film is a decent comeback vehicle for Prashanth, who was on a sabbatical
Atharvaa, invests so much of sincerity and tries his best to lift the film but is hobbled by a weak presentation.
Vikram breathes life to his role and his energy level is highly infectious. The way he smiles, dances and fight is a treat for his fans.
AL Vijay is always known for making soft, feel good movies with colorful frames and heart touching music. The director's latest movie Idhu Enna Mayam is no exception but here the plot is very familiar and hence it ends up as another candy floss romantic drama.