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Karuppu Durai review: A cute little gem!

Karuppu Durai review: Director Madhumitha's Karrupu Durai is a charming small film with a big heart.

Sanga Thamizhan review: Too long and predictable

Sanga Thamizhan review: A template mass masala entertainer which is predictable and follows the routine formula

Bakrid review: Must-watch for animal lovers

Bakrid review: It’s a simple yet genuine film which would move the audiences with its core theme and heart-rending execution

Gorilla review: If you like mindless comedies, give it a try!

Gorilla review:Tad too long for a heist thriller but the film provides adequate entertainment

Yogi Babu's Gurkha has a perfect premise for a comedy and does have few scenes that light you up.

Sam Anton's "Gurkha" starring Yogi Babu in the lead is an illogical, hilarious entertainer that has its moments. Yogi Babu shines in this comic caper.

The cast and crew of Dharmaprabhu have not taken the film seriously

Yogi Babu's "Dharmaprabhu" wanders away from its poorly drafted story, forces comedy on its viewers and lacks creativity.

Super Deluxe is yet another proof that Vijay Sethupathi is an acting monster

"Super Deluxe" has many golden moments, thanks to the talented cast. Yuvan Shankar Raja nails it with his background score.

Kanachana will be enjoyed only by its target audience.

"Kanchana 3" is an outdated horror-comedy that fails to engage its audience. Raghava Lawrence shines in this film.

Mehandi Circus is a tribute to Ilaiyaraaja’s everlasting music and is a love story that is poignant and powerful.

The plot of "Mehandi Circus" is stale, but the milieu, presentation, fresh cast and songs make it entertaining

Mr. Local has nothing new to offer

"Mr Local" is a mindless comedy that plays up the image of two big stars, Sivakarthikeyan and Nayanthara.

Ayogya is a loud and violent film that works in parts

Vishal shines in "Ayogya", a revenge drama with grand visuals. The film is marred by too many songs.

Anjali's Lisaa is a big bore but has its moments

The 3D visuals are good. But there's nothing that's thrilling or engaging in "Lisaa"