Kappal (2014) Tamil Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Vaibhav Reddy, Sonam Bajwa

Kappal Review

Vaibhav Reddy, Sonam Bajwa, Arjunan Nandakumar, Karthik Priyadarshan, Karunakaran, VTV Ganesh, Venkat Sundar
Kappal (2014) Tamil Movie Posterdirection:
Karthik G Krish
Karthik G Krish
Karthik G Krish
Dinesh Krishnan B
Natarajan Sankaran
produced by:
S Pictures & I Studios Entertainment
Weird Aggregate Rating 4.5/10Tamil
Comedy, Romance
run time:
157 minutes
censor certification:

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Kappal Tamil Movie Review

Kappal Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-6
Kappal deals with an important question — can friendship survive after the friends get married? But, the film's director, Karthik G Krish, is not after heavy philosophy but entertainment. So, he constructs the film as a comedy that is often silly, at times offensive but overall funny.

  •  Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-5
Director Karthik G Krish, a former assistant of Shankar, makes his directorial debut with a comedy caper titled Kappal. The film is produced by Shankar himself under the banner of S Pictures. Vaibhav and newcomer Sonam Bajwa play the lead roles supported by Karunakaran

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-3
Five school friends in Kappal (Ship) take a solemn vow that they will never get married.  For, women and marriage, they feel, will mar their relationship. If this is good enough for life-long celibacy, the plot that hinges on this premise ought to be good enough for a film that stretches for 156 minutes.

  •  The Hindu | Review By -Sudhir Srinivasan
The premise of Kappal — three friends willing to go to any lengths to stop the fourth from breaking their childhood promise of celibacy — isn’t altogether rooted in reality. But to be annoyed by it is to miss the point. There’s no message here, just like how the main characters are friends

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Raisa Nasreen Rating-5
Chirpy, fun and hilarious – romantic-comedies are always feel-good films. But how about the ones that use stalking and male-chauvinism? Do they qualify to be in this genre? Maybe yes, but concepts like these should have been made at least 10 years ago. Thankfully, director Karthik G. Krish

  •  Behind Woods | Review By -BW Review Board Rating-5
When you are in trouble, when you are sad and when you are in love - it is a given that it is our friends, who step out in front and give us a helping hand. If you think Kappal is one of those sweet friendship melodies, it is definitely not and if you think otherwise, it definitely is.

  •  Indiaglitz | Rating-3
Friendship is the ship that never sinks. Friends are family that you choose. In most cases, a person can be gauged by the friends circle he maintains. Though friends are understanding in many a circumstance, what if they don't want to budge at all? How far would anyone go to compromise?

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