The prolonged ghost drama in the second half and the weak climax test our patience
Only very few debut filmmakers grab our attention with lesser known actors and showcase technical excellency in limited budgets.
Had the film got better actors and a director, who understand the present sensibilities, it may have worked
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
If director Amudheshwar's Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum got released in 80's, audiences would have embraced it with open arms.
STR as always is a delight to watch and he holds the film through his intense performance along with Rahman's breezy songs
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story: This biopic is far from inspirational. Nevertheless, it reveals the trials and tribulations of the unassuming Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who rose meteorically, only on the basis of his merit.
The biggest strength of the film is the seamless screenplay and outstanding performances from lead and supporting actors
The first half of the film is a killer with well etched out action sequences and a brilliant twist in the interval. I
It is a one time watch and is a one time watch and is sure to bring a gentle smile on your face.
Samuthirakani's Appa has lost track as the director carried away by the message and missed the target by a mile!