While the friendship angle is quite good, their conflicts with the politicians and big shots in the village look forced
The best part of director Nagarajan’s 'Kaalakkoothu' is the initial fifteen minutes about friendship between schoolboys in Madurai.
Director almost succeeds in narrating a true-to-life story about extramarital affairs in a decent manner
The first half is ok, it is second half which becomes like a never ending serial.
A neatly made family drama from Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi with an experimental screenplay
The first half of the film is slightly better with some good entertainment, thanks to the cute kids and Arvind Swamy
A decent crime thriller with too many characters, twists and turns and an open ending for a sequel
The cat and mouse game between Vishal and Arjun in the second half has been cleverly handled, both of them gets upper hand with each situation and entertains us throughout.
The film completely belongs to Keerthy Suresh. She is magnificent and exceptional as Savitri.
Gautham Karthik looks smart and excels in the dance and comic portions. Despite his stone-faced expressions, Shah Ra scores with dialogue modulation. As said earlier, the girls are only used for glamour quotient.
The writing is the weak link here. There is little surprise or unpredictability in the old fashioned narrative.
Director Vijay manages to drive home the anti-abortion message but beyond that the film fails to keep the interest alive.
Vijay manages to drive home the anti-abortion message but beyond that the film fails to keep the interest alive.
The performances like in all silent films are exaggerated and over-the-top. But what actually keeps you glued to your seat is the cat-and-mouse chase between the mute protagonists and the blind antagonist.