Three rousing cheers to producer PVP Cinemas for pumping in so much money, effort and technical expertise into this movie.
Three rousing cheers for pumping in so much money, effort and technical expertise which has resulted in such a challenging piece of work
We wish Hari, the commercial director who gave us blockbuster hits in the past had invested more time to write a believable story and presented it with some style
Worthy of a watch for its new theme, rich visuals and music, fantastic performances by Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy and fine making by Laxman.
The film written and directed by Mahendran Rajamani has some sharp and funny dialogues.
A delicious thriller with a meaty, realistic plot and nicely fleshed out characters
Parthiepan’s answers to fill in the blanks are at times in your face, but that is the way his films function.
As you leave the cinema in the end, you can’t help missing the distinct sense of fun that Vijay films normally deliver.
The first half keeps us entertained, but post interval there is nothing much to cheer as it becomes pretentious and predictably packaged for fans of the star
A watchable film with plenty of twists and turns including a very strong message based on education racket.
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.
This film could not have come at a more appropriate time, as a part of the film deals with back money, hoarding, income tax raids and money laundering.