It is impressive not because of the story but the non
An amateurish attempt which turns out to be an exhausting film.
It is a one time watch and is a one time watch and is sure to bring a gentle smile on your face.
With its predictable tricks and lousy performances, this one is neither frightening nor funny.
A decent, feel good film and it's watchable for the well written rural portions and commendable performances.
It is a must watch for ardent cinema lovers. Give it a chance, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Vikram Prabhu is earnest in the film and tries hard to rise above a muddled script and poorly written dialogues.
The problem with 'Namadhu' is not the casting but the poor dialogues and predictable screenplay.
Jiiva and Nayanthara's performances keep you engaged and invested despite the familiar narrative,
It has a core plot which has all necessary elements for an engaging watch but the end product is middling, thanks to
Neither a Rajinikanth film nor a Ranjith film — it’s a mixed bag!