The film's biggest problem is the snail pace at which it moves

The biggest problem is the snail pace at which it moves and there is nothing even remotely intelligent in this film.

Nisabdham review- Average film with a message

It is indeed an honest attempt and it can be watchable for the message delivered

A laboriously long, patience-testing exercise

This is a crass, loud and brainless mass masala that can be enjoyed only if you are a robot,

Right mixture of humour and good performances from a fresh cast

It is a gripping film that seizes your full attention. Book your tickets and you will not regret

The film deals with a guy, who is so obsessed with his childhood love that he goes to any extent to prove it.

The major problem here is that today's audience cannot connect with the old idea of 'being sincere' in love

The blame for this film rests squarely with its makers

The blame for this film rests squarely with its makers. You have to wonder how it qualifies as entertainment of any sort?

Except for the silly climax, the young team has done a decent job.

The prolonged ghost drama in the second half and the weak climax test our patience

Engages us throughout and keep throwing surprises till the end.

Only very few debut filmmakers grab our attention with lesser known actors and showcase technical excellency in limited budgets.

Hard truth is Ashwin Shekar lacks the energy, which his dad still has.

Had the film got better actors and a director, who understand the present sensibilities, it may have worked

Director has tried to convey an important message to the society but ends up being preachy!

Twenty-five years ago, perhaps the plot of 'Maaveeran Kittu' may not have felt like such a stretch, but today it just seems like the product of a mind stuck in a time warp

Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum Review: Is tedious

If director Amudheshwar's Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum got released in 80's, audiences would have embraced it with open arms.