Kayal (2014) Tamil Movie Review | 9 Critic Reviews | Chandran

Kayal Review

Chandran, Anandhi, Vincent, Imman Annachi
Kayal (2014) Tamil Movie Posterdirection:
Prabhu Solomon
Prabhu Solomon
Prabhu Solomon
Vetrivel Mahendran
D Imman
produced by:
P Madhan
Weird Aggregate Rating Kayal 5.4/10Tamil
run time:
139 minutes
censor certification:

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Kayal Tamil Movie Review

Kayal Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-6
When Aaron, the hero of Kayal is introduced, we hear in the background the song Enge En Jeevane from Uyarndha Ullam. The song is playing on the radio, which Socrates, Aaron's friend is listening to. This song not only gives Prabu Solomon an opportunity to include the mandatory

  •  Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-6
Though director Prabhu Solomon has been in the industry since 1999, it was Myna (2010) and later Kumki (2012) that brought him widespread critical acclaim and mainstream success. Both films narrated a passionate and heart-rending tale of love set in spectacular locations never

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-3
Director Prabhu Solomon's Tamil film, Kayal, appears like the final part of a romantic trilogy set in exquisitely verdant landscape. His earlier Mynaa and Kumki also unfolded in the rusticity of rural greenery, which provided the backdrop for unrequited love in the first case

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Raisa Nasreen Rating-5
Prabhu Solomon is a director who depicts two trademark elements in his films – some exquisitely stunning shots, and the struggles faced by its lead. His films trace to find the meaning of love and life. Kayal is one such film. Picturized against the 2004 Tsunami comes a love story named Kayal.

  •  Deccan Herald | Review By -S Vishwanath Rating-6
Kayal is a sheer bliss to behold from a photographer’s perspective. Capturing vibrant landscapes and verdant hues of rural side, as it journey through various parts of country, its enchanting, awe-inspiring visuals by cinematographer Vetrivel Mahendran are a feast. Kayal, is also

  •  Filmi Beat | Review By -Avinash Gopinath Rating-6
Prabhu Solomon has already stamped his authority in Kollywood as a director who has the capability of narrating a simple love story in the most fascinating way possible. Does Kayal, which is the third straight love story fabricated by the Kumki  director has enough to come out as a winner

  •  Behind Woods | Review By -BW Review Board Rating-6
The greatest strength of Kayal is that Solomon makes you root for his characters and you start echoing their feelings taking part in their joy and sorrow. However in the process of making this film a musical, Solomon does bring in a few lag moments. He could have done away

  •  The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
The ignition point of every love story is the stretch where the hero and heroine meet – and in Kayal, the director Prabhu Solomon gives us a wonderfully orchestrated sequence. Aaron (Chandran) and his friend Socrates (Vincent) have unknowingly abetted a crime – at least

  •  Piping Hot Views | Review By -PHV Team
In Kayal, the vacillating screenplay adds to the pointless story in testing your patience. From Mynaa to Khumki to Kayal, it has been one mighty fall for Prabhu Solomon & one hopes that he can think of other genres to make films on, as he seems to have lost steam with his beloved

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