Mehandi Circus review: The plot is nothing new, but it is the packaging, milieu, presentation, fresh cast and songs that makes it entertaining
In Watchman GV Prakash looks earnest and sincere, he has done his work with utmost dedication both as a composer and actor. After GV Prakash, the dog Bruno looks cute and attracts us.
Watch 'Airaa' for Nayanthara's towering performance as Bhavani, as she quietly seals a place in your heart
With Airaa, Nayanthara has taken the biggest leap of faith playing a dual role and one of them turns out to be the biggest surprise and the highlight of the film.
Aghavan's basic premise is quite interesting and the director manages to maintain the suspense until the mid of the second half. Only in the last thirty minutes, we get to know the all the twists which is indeed an interesting move.
Rajendran - Santhanam combination is the biggest strength of Dhillukku Dhuddu 2. This film also tells us how much we missed Santhanam's comedy in Tamil cinema, he should seriously consider returning back as the lead comedian or at least more genuine fun entertainers like this.
Hats off to Mammootty who admirably sheds his energetic heroism and displays all his acting might here
Seethakathi is yet another showcase of director Balaji Tharaneetharan’s quality as a filmmaker with quirky, original ideas
For an actor to slot this film as his 25th film requires a lot of guts and it proves that Vijay Sethupathi is definitely ‘different'
Johnny review: It would be an average watch for the audiences who haven’t seen the original Hindi
Kaatrin Mozhi has a knockout performance from Jyotika as a middle-class housewife with an infectious optimism.
On the who 'Kaatrin Mozhi' has its beautiful moments and we recommend you to take your family or loved ones and enjoy the weekend at the cinemas
NOTA is an an immensely engaging movie with the right amount of twists and turns, and relies entirely on the solid performances of its ensemble cast
It is an immensely engaging movie with the right amount of twists and turns, and relies entirely on solid performances
If you are a big fan of Vishwaroopam (2013), the second part would be certainly be an underwhelming experience for various reasons.
If the uproarious laughter from the audience, watching Junga in the theatre was any indication, then the film is sure to satisfy its target audiences. The film has few funny moments with clever lines thrown in at lightning speed especially in the first half. What’s interesting is that this cocktail work to some extent as logic and subtlety are sacrificed.