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Kavalai Vendam Movie Review

Kavalai Vendam Tamil Movie Review


Total Reviews - 9
Average Rating - 4.2/10
Yes 👍 - 1
No 👎 - 4
Neutral - 4
Watchable? - 55%

Critic Reviews Kavalai Vendam

  • Times of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-5/10
RJ Balaji, for his part, keeps cracking one-liners. But, half the time, it doesn’t help because the narrative lacks focus and the tone becomes jerky. This is perhaps why the jokes are scattershot.
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  • Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-5/10
Nevertheless, the film is a whole lot of fun with some great music, stunning visuals and good performances. Director Deekay's Kavalai Vendam may not be high on logic but watch it for its wacky moments and mindless entertainment.
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  • Indian Express | Review By -Manoj Kumar R Rating-1/10
Throughout the movie, the director tries to sell a terrible idea that no matter what happens, a girl should be with her husband, even if it is not what she wants. Kavalai Vendam is Tamil for ‘worry not’. But as an audience, you should. This film is absolutely not recommended.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Vishal Menon
Barring a few scattered moments of laughter, Kavalai Vendam’s just a repeat of last week’s disappointing Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru. This stuff is tough to flush away, even for those of us who find no harm in an occasional fart in the arts.
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  • India Today | Review By -Srivatsan Rating-3/10
First things first, unlike its title which translates to 'Don't worry', there are a lot of things to worry about in Kavalai Vendam. Right from its title card, the film is targeted at one particular section - youngsters. Kavalai Vendam opens to an introduction scene of our heroine Divya (Kajal Aggarwal), twerking her booty to men ogling at her. With that, the director pretty much sets the tone of the film.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-5/10
The second half picks up from where it left, but it gets flat towards the end. The last 30 minutes look very hurried and could have been better. It loses shape mainly because it blends its fun elements with not so impactful emotions.
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  • Studioflicks | Review By -Richard Mahesh Rating-5/10
For the boys, who love certain cheeky jokes and independent fun-loving characterization of Jiiva, the film would definitely push you up with invigorations, but when we see this film on whole from the narrative aspect, it slightly stumbles up with weak characterizations and in justifying emotions.
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  • Danie Britto | Review By -Danie Britto Rating-6/10
Kavalai Vendam you’ll be entertained for sure. Personally, I felt that had the climax been different, it would have been a true new gen rom-com movie. Finally a decent movie for Jiiva after a long time.
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  • Piping Hot Views | Review By -Anand
For Deekay, Kavalai Vendaam is one big step in the reverse direction after his impressive debut. He fails to create characters that behave with sanity, comedy that evokes laughter & emotional scenes that hold an impact – 3 essential pieces if you are making a rom-com on relationships that you want your viewers to relate to.
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cast: 
Jiiva, Kajal Aggarwal, Bobby Simha, Sunaina, RJ Balaji, Shruthi Ramakrishnan, Karunakaran, Bala Saravanan, Manthra, Mayilsamy
direction: 
Deekay
story: 
Deekay
screenplay: 
Deekay
dialogue:
Deekay
cinematography: 
Abinandhan Ramanujam
music: 
Leon James
produced by: 
Abinesh Elangovan, Elred Kumar
language: 
Tamil
genre: 
Comedy, Drama, Romance
runtime: 
134 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
Kavalai Vendam is a romantic comedy film directed by Deekay, starring Jiiva and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles.

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