'Mersal' belongs to Vijay and he totally steals the show with his comic timing, mass dialogue delivery, powerful screen presence and racy moves.
A cliched film about a timid guy who falls in love with a beautiful girl but doesn’t have courage to convey his feelings to her
Meyaadha Maan review: Despite a routine story, what really works for 'Meyaadha Maaan' is the realistic writing and good performances of its lead actors
Solo review: It is an anthology of four different characters Shekhar, Trilok, Shiva and Rudhra, all played by Dulquer Salmaan
Gautham Karthik is comfortable as the happy go lucky guy, Nikki Galrani looks pretty and delivers what is required for her character
Hara Hara Mahadevaki review: It can be enjoyed if you opt for some fun with a bunch of young friends. But if you look out for quality comedy, you might be disappointed
Mahesh Babu reminds us of Vijay in many scenes but the actor shines in his own style and majestic screen presence.
Spyder review: We have an intelligent hero on a mission, he has a happy family, does silly romance with an annoying heroine and all of a sudden faces an intriguing challenge from a deadly villain. This is the movie in a nutshell.
Theru Naaigal Review: Director Hari must be appreciated for trying to convey a much-needed message through a crisp film but he should work a lot in screenplay and execution to exactly bring his ideas on the big screen.
Valla Desam review:Good idea and intentions but ends up as a tedious watch mainly due to the bland writing and amateurish making
Magalir Mattum review: Jyothika shines as Prabha and her energy levels are infectious. she holds the film together with her strong screen presence.
One Heart review: Aimed at those who cannot afford to buy a ticket to Rahman's concert and get the magical experience
VIP-2 review: Just like the first part, VIP 2's lifeline is Dhanush, it is his energetic screen presence which is the biggest strength and one reason to watch the film
Meesaya Murukku review: A decent debut directorial and heroic outing from Adhi.
Ivan Thanthiran review: RJ Balaji steals the show with his one liners and long drawn dialogues on engineering students and their plight.