Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (2014) Tamil Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Vimal, Priya Anand, Soori

cast:

Vimal, Priya Anand, Soori, Nassar, Anupama Kumar, Thambi Ramaiah, Shankar Krishnamurthy, Shruthi Reddy, Iniya Sawant

Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (2014) Tamil Movie Posterdirection:

R Kannan

story:

R Kannan

screenplay:

R Kannan

dialogue:

cinematography:

PG Muthaiah

music:

D Imman

produced by:

M Sheraphin Xavier, R Kannan, S Michael Rayappan

language:

Tamil

Weird Aggregate Rating 4.1/10genre:

Comedy, Drama

release date:

7-November-2014
run time:
131 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Filmi Beat -Avinash Gopinath Rating-5
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (OORR) is directed by R. Kannan of Settai fame and is jointly produced by S. Michael Rayappan, M. Sheraphin Xavier and the director himself. As the name suggests, OORR is about two men who are good at heart. Surprisingly, the second raja (Soori) manages to steal

  •  The Hindu -Sudhir Srinivasan
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja is that inefficient employee in the company you are uncomfortable about firing because he is such a well-meaning fellow otherwise. The film arrives close on the heels of Kaththi with its anti-corporation sentiment. To make the package look more appealing

  •  Times Of India -M Suganth Rating-5
Like the recent Kaththi, Oru Oorula Rendu Raja is also about an individual's fight against a merciless capitalist. But the similarity ends there. This one is not a star vehicle like the former, and also uses the plot to inject some tension into the narrative, which otherwise is content to coast

  •  Rediff -S Saraswathi Rating-3
Director R. Kannan, a former associate of Mani Ratnam, is known for his films like Jayamkondaan and Kanden Kadhalai (remake of Jab We Met). In 2013, he attempted the remake of the super hit Delhi Belly with a disastrous Settai. He is now back with an original script that is just as tedious.

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Anupama Subramanian Rating-5
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja is a movie that aims to highlight the plight of factory labourers involved in fighting for a social cause. Directed by R. Kannan, the film fails to impress because of  a lacklustre script and screenplay. The movie traces the journey of two blokes, Azagu (Vemal) and Mike

  •  Hindustan Times -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-4
While most of the movie has been shot in a train – with it playing both a cupid and a villain (a host of men board to murder Priya) – there are scenes that drag you away for titillating dances (set in scenic spots) and also for a short road journey where Soori pairs with Thambi Ramaiah

  •  Indiaglitz Rating-3
In this short film generation, the youngsters are trying hard to make an impact in whatever way it is possible and sweating out to get an entry to the dream town. But, at the same time, K-town produces N number movies without any motive and the take the audience for granted.

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