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Dhilluku Dhuddu Tamil Movie Review

Dhilluku Dhuddu Tamil Movie Review

Total Reviews - 7
Average Rating - 4.3/10
Yes - 1
No - 4
Neutral - 2
Watchable? - 42%

Critic Reviews Dhilluku Dhuddu

  • Filmi Beat | Review By -Avinash Gopinath Rating-5/10
Thanks to some clich├ęd romantic portions and unwanted songs, in which Santhanam fails miserably as a dancer after trying too hard, the first half manages to test your patience a touch. Second half though is a complete laugh-riot as the spoof element finally kicks in, making the rest of the film enjoyable.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-5/10
He has solely concentrated on making the audience laugh and has succeeded in that. His dialogues are worth mentioning, but the laughter moments are comparatively less in the first half of the movie. One might feel that the director could have worked more on the story and comedy portions which could have rendered a better feel about the movie.
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  • Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-6/10
There are some films that manage to get away despite seeming underwhelming solely riding on the fact that the post-interval portions are entertaining enough to make you forget the dreariness of the initial scenes. Dhilluku Dhuddu is that kind of film.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
Dhillukku Dhuddu is less a movie than a manifestation of Santhanam’s career crisis. What does a comedian do when past his expiry date as the hero’s sidekick? Why, he turns hero, of course. So we get an introduction song, love duets with vapid and fair-skinned North Indian import (Shanaya) who can’t be bothered to learn her lines.
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  • Rediff | Review By -S Saraswathi Rating-4/10
Despite the number of comedy characters and the hilarious situation they find themselves in, the laugh out loud moments are very few. Weak screenplay, ordinary performances, slow pace and an uninspiring execution make director Rambala’s Dhilluku Dhuddu an unremarkable horror comedy that is not worth your time.
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  • Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-2/10
Rambhala’s plot itself is more of clowning than horror, the thriller element completely negated by the silliest of wit and strange-looking figures. In the end, the story seems to be such a mishmash that Santhanam’s role appears trivialised. And his efforts to get out of the comedy costume looks to have been dumped into the dungeons. What a pity!
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Anupama Subramanian Rating-4/10
The problem is the lackluster first half which is full of cliched romantic stuff. Only during post interval when Santhanam and co moves to the haunted bungalow, the film picks up momentum and laughs coming in continuously. But again the spooky elements are rather limited.
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Santhanam, Shanaya, Karunas, Rajendran, Saurabh Shukla, Anandaraj, Singamuthu, T. M. Karthik
Ram Bhala
Ram Bhala
Ram Bhala
Deepak Kumar Padhy
S Thaman
produced by: 
N Ramasamy
Comedy, Horror
run time: 
135 minutes
censor certification: 

Plot Synopsis
The film is a love story with elements of horror. The protagonist is a man who shows off his bravery and also manages to scare ghosts.