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Jyothika shines as Prabha and her energy levels are infectious

Jyothika shines as Prabha and her energy levels are infectious. she holds the film together with her strong screen presence.

A solid watch for this weekend, just book your tickets and go

Overall, we highly recommend this action crime thriller . It's a solid watch for this weekend, just book your tickets and go!

It isn’t just an action movie but is also about friendship between five young men who want to do something good to the society

It isn’t just an action movie set against the backdrop of fire fighters but is also about friendship between five young men

First half is a total downer with unnecessary songs, a lifeless romance and very minimal gags

It’s up to Vishnu Vishal to breathe life into this lazy film…which he does. Overall, 'Kathanayagan' is a plain and simple bore.

The movie transports us from the movie hall to a live concert atmosphere

Aimed at those who cannot afford to buy a ticket to Rahman's concert and get the magical experience

From the word go, the film fails to engage us and we are unable to relate with any of the characters

Though the running time is a little above 120 mints, the slow moving screenplay tests our patience

A quality crime thriller, which will definitely satisfy all movie lovers

When potential biggies are limping at unable to satisfy the public, small gems like this one comes as a pleasant surprise

The actor looks deadly and he is in top form in physically demanding high octane action sequences

Ajay Kumar plays an upright counter terrorism officer who is on the run as his close friend Aaryan (Vivek Oberoi) from the squad betrays him.

Not unique but ends up as a watchable film entertaining the target audiences with comedy gags

Is not unique but ends up as a watchable film, entertaining the target audiences with comedy gags.

Andrea steals the show with her riveting performance

Ram has poignantly touched upon the work pressure, evolving culture and relationship stress among youngsters in IT industry

Not emotionally charged or entertaining like Part-1

Just like the first part, VIP 2's lifeline is Dhanush, it is his energetic screen presence which is the biggest strength and one reason to watch the film

A charming film built on good intentions but is weighed down by the docu-feel in the last twenty minutes

It's a charming little film built on good intentions but is weighed down by the docu-feel towards the climax