This village comedy entertainer with Narain in the lead has its good moments and can be watched once.You will not be disappointed.
Undoubtedly, Kuttram Kadithal is one of the best films ever made in Tamil cinema. To be honest, we have a cult classic here!
Vimal’s Kaaval is a pucca mass masala entertainer with action, comedy, romance, sentiments and other elements associated with big-hero films. But it manages to entertain only at few places and most of the time; the clichéd execution dilutes the intensity.
One thing that comes to your mind after watching debutant director Sathya Prabhas Pinisetty's 'Yaagavarayinum Naa Kaakka' is that he seems to be pretty confused while scripting this film.
For a change Samy's latest release Kangaroo sans such controversial theme and the director has concentrated more on brother-sister sentiment.
Who can resist a good love story, and this one wins you over with its simple charm, immensely likeable characters, and the intrinsic humour in the writing
Raghavendra Lawrence choreographer, actor and director has always played to the galleries. His films have the same template, targeted at the mass audiences and are packaged to give them maximum entertainment.
Karthi’s 'Komban' does not glorify or degrade particular caste; instead the film is a routine mass masala entertainer with all the necessary commercial trappings and cliches which are considered to be the favorite of the masses
Poor production value, shabby screenplay and uninspiring performance from the lead cast have spoiled the show.
Overall, 'Kallapadam' is a film where everything is enjoyable except for the misfit casting of protagonists and dreary dialogues.