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Wagah Tamil Movie Review

Wagah Tamil Movie Review


Total Reviews - 8
Average Rating - 3.0/10
Yes - 0
No - 8
Neutral - 0
Watchable? - 0%

Critic Reviews Wagah Tamil Movie

  • Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-3/10
But tragically, his Wagah is everything that Haridas was not. It's a badly written, clumsily directed cross-border romance whose approach towards matters of the heart is as naive and laughable as its understanding of international politics, border security and patriotism.
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  • Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-2/10
Kumaravelan’s script seems as messy as Vasu does in the opening scenes of Wagah. The director is completely at a loss, unable to decide whether his work should be an epic romance or a lesson in patriotism. Clearly a case of trying to force patriotic fervour out of the audiences. In this muddle, Wagah begins to look like an awfully amateurish effort.
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  • Filmibeat | Review By -Avinash Gopinath Rating-2/10
Had the director stood by his own belief to deliver a movie that talks about a soldier's human emotions and his delinquency, it would've been a completely different movie. But that's not the case here. The only saving grace in the technical department comes in the form of cinematography. Overall, Wagah is a half-baked product that ends up being unintentionally funny.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-3/10
The problem with Wagah is that it does not focus on one particular subject. It shifts base, time and again from family sentiment, comedy, romance and border issue. Just when the story starts to move forward in the later part of the first half, the movie starts faltering in a big way. Wagah is neither a patriotic film nor a love film, it is somewhere in between.
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  • Rediff | Review By -Ssaraswathi Rating-4/10
The narration lacks depth and sensitivity and the director’s attempt to address the issue fails miserably. The agony of the innocent men, women and children caught in the crossfire is perhaps too grave an issue to form a mere backdrop to a regular movie romance. Overall, Wagah is flippant and insensitive.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Anupama Subramanian Rating-4/10
In a script that has a confused screenplay and with severe lack of characterisation, Vikram Prabhu could not do much even as he tries to give his best. The problem with the movie is that it neither focuses on patriotism nor on a deep and genuine romance. The dialogues are corny and outdated. Overall, Wagah is a cross border romance which lacks conviction.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
Vast stretches of Wagah play out like a dubbed movie, and horror stories like that of a grandfather who yearns to see his granddaughter from Pakistan lose their power when presented this way. Overall, Wagah is a misfire on many levels.
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  • Cinema Glitz | Review By -Sajid Rating-3/10
Kumaravelan, while trying to make a patriotic film and have planned to release during the Independence Day weekend have gone south. The film doesn’t infuse any kind of feeling, but sure does irritates you at many levels. Please give it a miss, don’t bother wasting your money.
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cast: 
Vikram Prabhu, Ranya Rao, Tulasi, Karunas, Ajay Rathnam
direction: 
GNR Kumaravelan
story: 
GNR Kumaravelan
screenplay: 
GNR Kumaravelan
dialogue: 
R Kaiser Anand
cinematography: 
SR Sathish Kumar
music: 
D Imman
produced by: 
M Balavishwaanathan
language: 
Tamil
genre: 
Action, Drama, Romance
run time: 
131 minutes
censor certification: 
U

Plot Synopsis
Wagah is an action-romance film directed by GNR Kumaravelan, starring Vikram Prabhu and Ranya Rao in the lead roles.

Wagah is about a love affair which brews between an Indian army officer and a Pakistani girl from across the border. Wagah, the flashpoint border post between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, has been chosen as the film's title.