It is a no-holds barred entertainer with all essential ingredients. There are twists and turns galore. Suriya sporting a ponytail as the Sri Lankan Tamil living in Canada, is the highlight of the film.

Vai Raja Vai

At a crisp two hours, Aishwarya R Dhanush Vai Raja Vai is a perfect recipe of a full-on entertainer without even a dash of obscenity or violence.


An underdog wants to beat the boxing champion of the country to prove that he is the strongest. Why would someone even dream of such a thing?


Director Amid takes his own time to elaborate his characters in detail and once that part is over in the first half with romance thrown in, the film takes off in high octane speed in the latter half,

'Anegan' Review: Guaranteed entertainment!

Gorgeously shot, crisply edited, and handsomely mounted, KVAnand’sAnegan is a fast paced rollicking adventure ride that is gripping tillthe very end.

'I' Review: Shankar's latest is more like 'Aiyo'!

Shankar is known for the innovative ways in which he tortures characters in his vigilante films. By the end of 'I', however, the audience is likely to feel more tortured than any of the unhappy characters onscreen.

Review: Oru Oorla Rendu Raja

Director R Kannan's Oru Oorla Rendu Raja is old wine in new bottle.


Rummy is set in 1987 in rural Tamil Nadu. It's a romantic story told in the background of a small town college campus background.

Raja Rani

Raja Rani is a film with many merits, but alas it fails to hold it all together. Two hours and forty five minutes have never felt longer.