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Times of India
Tamilselvan (Raaja Kumaran) comes to Chennai after his marriage with his uncle's daughter Jothi (Devayani) fails. In the city, his landlord's daughter Charumathi (Keerthi Chawla) falls in love with him. Although he rejects her proposal, his sense of responsibility doesn't allow him to desert her.
Love is a crazy thing but what follows - marriage - is much crazier going by what 'Thirumathi Tamil' doles out. The movie is about the flaws in the institution of marriage and the laws regarding it. The issue is discussed in detail in a dramatic court scene, but the audience will need a lot of patience to watch it because it comes after about two hours, piling misery on misery until then.
The humour is dull despite a long list of comedians (many in blink-and-miss roles) such as Ramesh Kanna (playing Tamil's friend Manoharan), Ganja Karuppu, Vaiyapuri, Livingstone and Delhi Ganesh. The movie swings between Tamil's present and past, which gives Raaja Kumaran (also the director) many opportunities to dance and fight, but the back-and-forth narration only adds to confusion and bogs the movie down.
A few laughs are delivered thanks to 'punch' dialogues such as "Gun-ile irukirathu onnum dosa maavu illa, nenachu odane sudarathhukku," delivered with conviction by Raaja Kumaran. But the movie could have made for a much better watch had he focused on the social issues it started out to discuss than beating around the bush.