Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum (2015) Tamil Movie Review | 9 Critic Reviews | Attakathi Dinesh, Bindu Madhavi

Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum Review

cast:
Attakathi Dinesh, Bindu Madhavi, Nakul Jaidev, Aishwarya Dutta, MD Asif, Manobala Mahadevan, Roshini Sridharan, Satish, Urvashi
Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum (2015) Tamil Movie Posterdirection:
Ramprakash Rayappa
story:
Ramprakash Rayappa
screenplay:
Ramprakash Rayappa
dialogue:
R Senthil Kumar
cinematography:
Deepak Kumar Padhy
music:
S Thaman
produced by:
V Chandran
language:
Tamil
genre:
Action, Comedy, Romance, Thriller
run time:
114 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum Tamil Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-7
Ramprakash Rayappa gives his own spin to the race-against-time thriller with Tamizhukku En 1-Ai Azhuthavum, a solid debut film. Generally, in films of this nature, the hero will have to push himself and beat time and accomplish a task. Here, Ramprakash does what Albert Hitchcock

  •  Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-4
The film revolves around a series of interconnected events involving different characters, all dependent on the connectivity of the mobile network, and hence the interesting title. Director Ramprakash has come up with a good idea, but the performance is poor, the romance seems forced

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Raisa Nasreen Rating-4
The problem of the film, however, is the chaotic tone it brings in. The characters and events that are part of this film seem unconnected. And also the fact that the filmmaker deliberately included the ‘terrorist’ to create a certain amount of tension in the film. Better lip-sync and an ensemble

  •  Filmi Beat | Review By -Avinash Gopinath Rating-6
Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum could've easily been made into a racy thriller of high standards but the director has chosen to add commercial content which has backfired in parts. However, one feels that some unconvincing love portions especially in the first half could've been taken

  •  Behind Woods | Review By -BW Review Board Rating-5
In all, TEOA is a technically inclined social entertainer that grabs the audiences’ interest from the scratch to finish. The director must be appreciated for a tight story, which could have been more engaging had the romance portions been cut short. Though Thaman’s contributions were limited

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-6
A superbly refreshing plot about how a solar flareup impedes mobile telephone services pushes Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum (Press One For Tamil) into the realm of good cinema. First-time director and writer, Ramprakash Rayappa weaves four different stories into what threatens
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  •  The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
The director is clear about his priorities – his style is all Kollywood. He gives us songs, comedy, romance – everything, in fact, except the thriller elements those initial scenes promised. Science geek Vasanth (Nakul) is paired off with college student Harini (Aishwarya Dutta), while

  •  Piping Hot Views | Review By -PHV Reviewer
Supercharged characterizations, humorous representations of Love and Life, naturally appealing acting are the three strong ropes that hold the movie well aloft despite a slight slackening of the fourth rope that disengages a bit towards the end – Definitely you have to press this number

  •  Indiaglitz | Rating-5
'Tamiluku En Ondrai Aluthavum' is a movie heavily loaded with science, told in as light a mood as possible. There is comedy for those who want to chill out and science for those who are curious. In all, the film makes for a good entertainer.Screenplay weighs heavy at close

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