• …is the best and the most faithful remake of the original. It shows what Kamal Haasan is capable of doing when he’s at his best.

  • The story of Manoranjan and the scenes from the eighth century unfold simultaneously. The story shifts between superstar Manoranjan and the talented actor he is. It shifts between someone who is on the brink of death and someone who has been successfully dodging it. It shifts between mortality and stardom. What’s important for any actor is that he’s remembered even after he’s gone.

  • …is sure to leave you with an everlasting smile on your face. This is Mani Ratnam’s best work in years and this magical spell won’t be forgotten easily.

  • … is a predictable and sloppy family drama with a few high and mostly low moments.

  • When you see “Kaaki Sattai” a film where a hardcore entertainer dons khaki for the first time, I think it works very well.

  • ‘Lingaa’ is made for the fans and definitely it would entertain Rajininakth fans, for others watch it with low expectations.

  • It is high time Lingusamy, who is reluctant to change, accepts the fact that age-old formula doesn’t work anymore.

  • ‘Jigarthanda’ is a well-directed, brilliantly performed, raw and crowd pleasing con story.

  • Hardcore Rajinikanth fans will enjoy the film once but the film lacks revisit option.

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