An enjoyable fantasy heist horror comedy, which is recommended this weekend
Rajkumar Periyasamy's intelligent writing is the biggest strength, especially the first half moves like a tracer bullet
Vikram Prabhu is perfect as the angry young man. His body language and dialogue deliver aptly suit his characterization
Performance wise, Vikram Prabhu is perfect as the angry young man and Manjima shines
In the end, the movie is a beautiful, moving experience.Two big thumbs up for Suresh Sangaiah’s 'Oru Kidayin Karunai Manu'.
It has its own flaws, the film's concept is interesting but towards the end, the screenplay fizzles out
The biggest strength of Radha Mohan is his ability to convey a highly emotional content with sublime humour
Samuthirakani's intentions to make Thondan is very clear, as he uses emergency service as a backdrop to convey several messages
Though the story is predictable from the word go, few well-written comedy sequences provide enough entertainment.
It takes superhuman strength to stop yourself from nodding off to sleep. This film gets tiring very quickly.
A wafer-thin storyline filled with crass comic sequence which relies on a bunch of comedians for the screenplay proceedings
The much hyped funny one-liners of Soori didn’t work and it would have been great if Ezhil used Yogi Babu more as his portions comparatively worked better. The rest of the comedians including Mansoor Ali Khan, Chams and Madhumitha fail to attract us.
A film with an interesting concept that fails to turn impressive mainly due to commercial compromises and lack of fine writing
To conclude, the film had an interesting plot but the shoddy execution in second half make it an average watch.