Had Navarasa Thilagam released somewhere round 80's, the film would have been a sure hit.
Audiences worldwide, are attracted to Zombie genre for various reasons and Miruthan is indeed an engaging thriller which moves at brisk pace
Overall, Anjala is a watchable feel good film with the usual clichés of Kollywood including romance and comedy.
Siddharth’s new generation movie which tries hard to be quirky and funny falls flat
The film is a decent comeback vehicle for Prashanth, who was on a sabbatical
Vetrimaaran is back after a brief hiatus. The performances by Attakathi Dinesh as Pandi and Aadukalam Murugadass are strong.
The film is about the believable vibe and electrifying chemistry between three cousins played brilliantly by Rana, Sri Divya and Arya.
Written and directed by Sudha Kongura, this inspirational effort has a superb screenplay with all the typical elements of a good sports film in place.
The film works because it’s intelligent and uncompromising, and because it’s simultaneously serious and light, without ever trying too hard to be either.
Well shot, well edited and brilliantly enacted by most of the lead actors, debutant director Anucharan gives us a bunch of fully flesh-and-blood characters in Kirumi.
An ensemble of fine actors is assembled to breathe life into the film’s terrific plot, and each is integral in their own way, despite the length of their parts.