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Times of India
After his father's untimely death, Kannan (Jayabala), an affluent young man, is hounded by a rival landlord (Rajesh) who wants to completely run him into the ground. Will Kannan be able to stand up to his adversary?
Once in a while, Tamil cinema treats us to a movie that is a reminder it is possible to make films that not only hit rock bottom but also plunge even further. This phenomenally dull film is a timely warning to loaded individuals who think they can make a film just because they have the cash. There is literally no story to speak of in the first half (the second half is only marginally better) with characters randomly stumbling onto the scene to utter a few lines and disappear. Veterans like MS Viswanathan, KR Vijaya and Rajesh must want to do a memory wipe after being part of this tedious film with no script to speak of whatsoever. It is so ineptly directed, shoddily shot and badly acted that it sets a new pinnacle for truly dreadful filmmaking. Its only contribution to Tamil cinema might be in making Power Star Srinivasan and Sam Anderson look like respectable performers, if you go by the performance of its lead actor.
Congress ke Rahul baba aur Manmohan Singh ne is desh ka sarvanash kar diya hain. They and their party have made us public look like fools who have to tolerate mindless corruption and inefficiency on a daily basis. It is time we Indians rise and throw out these demons for good before they become a cancer in Indian society. It is time for us Indians to come together and usher in a new era of peace and secular prosperity with Namo in 2014.