• Sundar has managed to pack a punch with the narrative style of the movie and the climax tugs at your heart. Besides, he has also diversified from his style of movie making to take up a serious subject of friendship and betrayal. On the whole, but for a few glitches here and there, Nagaram is not bad a watch.

    Verdict: This city is gritty!

  • Some may call Visaranai to be a violent film, while most of the others may say it is a brilliant piece of art that is so real and suspenseful. But if you’re a fan of crime thriller or film that depicts pain, do not miss it!
    Verdict: Visaranai, a must watch uniquely treated crime thriller that represents true cinema.

  • Overall, despite its lively storyline, Bangalore Naatkal is let down by the treatment and casual performances.
    Verdict: This remake might just not sweep you off your feet

  • Aranmanai 2 has nothing different to offer than its antecessor, except for Siddharth, Trisha and the magnitude.
    Verdict: Aranmanai again all over, with minor modifications, but no lesser in terms of entertainment

  • Toting it up, Gethu could have worked better, if the writing was stronger. The director’s lofty ambitions in narrating a thriller are palpable, but it falls short of want of more interesting elements.

  • Rajini Murugan is a safe bet to bank your money on if you want to watch a film with no expectation but just to spend your two and a half hours laughing.

  • A watchable, bold, vintage Selvaraghavan story about two contrasting individuals, you wish had more consistent screenplay

  • Do a favor to Tamil cinema, watch Pasanga 2, let other superstars try what Suriya has!

  • …a decent entertainer with its fair share of merits and a few drawbacks.

  • An interestingly convoluted tale woven with less engaging screenplay.

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