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Veera review: Idea is solid & interesting!

Veera review: Rajaraman's basic idea is definitely solid and interesting, his research work is also laudable

Unlike other Bala films, there are no villains here and the film ends on a happy note

Naachiyaar review:A film that starts off slowly but draws you into its drama. At a crisp 100 minutes, it’s a perfectly satisfying watch that deserves your time.

The inconsistent flow of screenplay tests our patience

Sollividava review: The story line demands a realistic execution but Arjun prefers to play it to the gallery, which is the film's biggest drawback.

Scores primarily because it takes you to a happy zone

Kalakalappu-2 review: This is a movie that works on account of the clap-trap dialogues, and the authentic texture of the world that it’s set in.

Debutant director Adithya's 'Savarakathi' is a poignant dark comedy

Savarakathi review: The film’s writer Mysskin has rightly blended humor, emotion and value of humanity to keep the audiences engrossed.

Yemaali review:An experimental film which falls flat

Yemaali review: An experimental attempt from VZ Durai which may have worked with a better starcast.

It has all the ingredients for a dark comedy, yet shaken and stirred they blend like oil and water

Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren review: The film flounders as comedy has not been worked out well after setting up a delicious premise.

Director tries to convey a solid message on the caste-based issues that exists in the south TN through the eyes of an ex-army man and a newly recruited cop.

Padai Veeran review: Dhana did not have anything new to say as caste wars in south Tamilnadu has been told several times

If you are a fan of Vemal's hit rural films, you might end up liking this movie

Mannar Vagaiyara review: Vemal is back to his home ground with this movie, which has the caste flavor with usual rural masala ingredients to satisfy 'B' and 'C' center audiences.

Would work for audiences who haven’t seen the original

Nimir Review: It's quite surprising to see Udhayanidhi Stalin coming out of his comfort zone to attempt a realistic-drama

A formulaic masala entertainer with predictable twists and turns

Bhaagamathie review: The horror sequences didn't work much as the director only repeated the familiar situations to scare us but the contemporary political sequences work out reasonably well.