Kidaari Movie Review | Critic Reviews

Kidaari Tamil Movie Review

Kidaari Tamil Movie Review


Total Reviews - 5
Average Rating - 5.7/10
Yes - 2
No - 0
Neutral - 3

Critic Reviews Kidaari

  • Times of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-6/10
The film manages to be engaging enough, with Murugesan nicely introducing humour into the violent scenes. It is only in the final denouement that the film resorts to cliche. The backstory involving Kombaiya Pandian and Kidaari's father Kottur Durai (Napoleon, returning to the big screen after a few years) is so been-there-seen-that and overlong that it leads to an underwhelming end.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-5/10
The stunts in the film have been very raw and violent. Editing for a non-linear screenplay is a challenge and Praveen Antony has done no mistake with that. Overall, Kidaari is a raw and rustic revenge saga that could have been much better with a stronger writing and a faster narration.
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  • News 18 | Review By -Karthik Keramalu Rating-7/10
Kidaari is something all the members of the film can be proud of. Kidaari is a fine example of a dog-eat-dog world. The characters that populate the movie are really interesting. ‘Interesting’ is not an easy word to use in a film like Kidaari. The actors, leading and supporting, are so excellent that it kind of feels like we're living in a bad place.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
But murder mysteries need more than flavour. They need focus. We need to be kept guessing constantly. It’s not a good sign when the story seems less interested in suspense than in sickles whooshing down every few minutes. Then again, this may be a new genre: Aruvaa Christie.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Anupama Subramanian Rating-5/10
Though most of the scenes are contrived, Kidaari still is an interesting film that uses a narrator to drive the viewer and the scenes. All the parts of it add up really well in the first half, only to dwindle down and become predictable towards the end.
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cast: 
Sasikumar, Nikhila Vimal, Napoleon, Suja Varunee, O. A. K. Sundar, Vela Ramamurthy, Vasumithra, Mu. Ramasamy
direction: 
Prasath Murugesan
story: 
Prasath Murugesan
screenplay: 
Prasath Murugesan
dialogue: 
Prasath Murugesan
cinematography: 
SR Kathir
music: 
Darbuka Siva
produced by: 
M Sasikumar
language: 
Tamil
genre: 
Action, Drama
runtime: 
139 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
Kidaari is an action film directed by Prasath Murugesan, starring M Sasikumar and Nikhila Vimal in the lead roles.

Kidaari is set in Sattur and Sasikumar plays the title role of Kidaari. Kidaari means, a rough guy with a short temper.