Thimiru Pudichavan is filled with mass masala ingredients so it might not appeal all section of audiences
Thimiru Pudichavan Review: The theme and message of Thimiru Pudichavan are definitely laudable but the treatment is loud. It will be appreciated by the audiences who love formulaic mass entertainers.
Aan Devathai Review: Yet another preachy film starring Samuthirakani, the actor speaks lengthy dialogues throughout the film. Though he shines in a few scenes with the child actor Monica, he sounds more like a preacher than an actor.
Imaikka Nodigal review: This crime thriller is well shot and skillfully executed, but what it needed was a tighter script with fewer holes.
Lakshmi review- The film belongs to Ditya, the child not only looks cute but also impresses with her amazing moves.
Pyaar Prema Kaadhal review: What works in favor of this rom com is the fresh new pair and sensible characterization.
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.
Tamizh Padam 2 review: Sometimes, a good laugh is all you need to make your day. Don’t miss this one.
Kaali review:A neatly made family drama from Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi with an experimental screenplay
Meesaya Murukku review: A decent debut directorial and heroic outing from Adhi.
Prabhas is so comfortable and convincing in the role and his unwavering commitment to the role and the powerful emotions in his eyes are awesome.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion review- A giant leap for Indian cinema and easily it is that one film which every south Indian can be proud of.
Bruce Lee review:It’s up to GV Prakash as Bruce lee to breathe some life into this lazy film… which he does.