Pandiya Nadu review
Suseentharan is one among the very few of the current generation directors who makes a sincere effort to grapple with different genres. After the hard hitting 'Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer' his new offering 'Pandiya Nadu' is a gripping action drama where he makes a definite impression again. >> more
by Bharath Vijayakumar - MovieCrow on 02/Nov/2013
Pandiya Nadu - Realistic Revenge
'Pandianadu' has its own unique set of positives to make its mark. Set in the backdrop of the beautiful tensile town, the film has a lot of action, a lot of emotion, many light moments, a little bit of love and lots of fun on a thread of entertaining story. » more
by Review Board - IndiaGlitz.com
Vishal and Suseenthiran strike with vengeance !
Even as the audience are preparing themselves for the revenge saga the director throws in quite a few moments of surprises through suspenseful set-pieces like the Conoor sketch and the bus-station sequence featuring Bharathiraja. » more
by Reviewboard - Behindwoods.com
Pandiya Nadu is worth investing in a movie ticket.
The director and power of his script does construct an actor-driven adventure with panache. When was the last time you came out of a theatre wishing you could go back in and watch it again? It's an unpredictable revenge drama that combines family sentiments, romance and violence. » more
by Moviebuzz - Sify.com
Pandiya Nadu Review
Sivakumar ( Vishal) is a timid young man, with a loving family in Madurai. His brother, a government official, earns the wrath of Simmakkal Ravi (Sharath Lohitashwa), the all-powerful gangster in the city. When he is murdered, Sivakumar and his father Kalayanasundaram (Bharathirajaa) plan to take revenge, in their own separate ways. » more
by M. Suganth - Times Of India