Kanaa review: Arunraja Kamaraj gives equal importance to cricket and farmers in India with his protagonists-Aishwarya Rajesh and Sathyaraj.
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
It’s one of the best films this year, and one you will carry in your heart for years.
An unfortunate mess of a movie, perfect material for mega TV serial but sadly director Kiran Chand has made into a feature film.
An experimental black comedy which can be watched for the attempt of a young team.
If you are a big fan of Vishwaroopam (2013), the second part would be certainly be an underwhelming experience for various reasons.
Filled with a plethora of social messages and political propaganda to set the grand stage for Rajinikanth's political entry
The film is filled with plethora of social messages and political propaganda to set the grand stage for Rajinikanth’s political entry.
The film engages us only with certain unknown information and the director’s research work.
The director's intentions were honest but the complicated story about love, relationships, surrogacy and incest is not gripping or engaging
Director almost succeeds in narrating a true-to-life story about extramarital affairs in a decent manner
The first half is ok, it is second half which becomes like a never ending serial.
The first half of the film is slightly better with some good entertainment, thanks to the cute kids and Arvind Swamy