A template horror comedy with familiar scenes, revenge angle and a relevant social message. The biggest attraction in the film is Trisha who not only looks good but carries the film on her shoulders
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.
Sometimes, a good laugh is all you need to make your day. Don’t miss this one.
If you are looking for time pass entertainment then the film is a one-time watch!
The first half of the film moves leisurely until the main conflict pops up and to be honest, the pre-interval comedy portion featuring Karunakaran and Manobala offers us some good entertainment.
We have seen thousands of revenge thrillers in Tamil cinema but this one stands unique in terms of its treatment and execution.
The film is undoubtedly one of the best and the first space action adventure in Indian cinema.
SA Chandrasekhar is back after a break with a biopic on social activist ‘Traffic Ramasamy’
An engaging mass entertainer because the director has once again retained the emotional essence which worked big time in the first part.
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