The God comes when two youngsters are in a bad state, does he offer help?
They say good packaging is half the work done. And this holds true for Arai En 305il Kadavul. For Kanja Karuppu and Santhanam, these roles are by far their meatiest. But the movie undoubtedly belongs to Prakashraj. Chimbhudevan, with his screenplay and script has done a mammoth job of narrating the ... » more
by Pavithra Srinivasan - Rediff.com
Almighty, appealing & astounding.
Simbhudevan has managed to render a movie that is convincing and appealing. Santhanam and Ganja Karuppu, both manage to leave their screen presence well. Simbhudevan deserves pat for etching out their characters well. Prakash Raj is terrific. He is the scene stealer in the movie whose performance de... » more
by Editorial Board - IndiaGlitz.com
Get ready for some preaching!
Prakashraj's role does not emerge as meaty as it sounds and is anything but challenging for the actor. Santhanam deserves a special mention for largely underplaying his character. Kanja Karuppu isn't too bad either. Simbudevan seems to have begun making an attempt to classify the movie - either into... » more
by Editorial Board - Behindwoods.com
Audiences of all age groups will love this intriguing fare!
Both Santhanam and Kanja Karuppu have offered noteworthy performances. With elan, Prakashraj shines in any role, big or small. Unquestionably, he is the highlight of Arai En... Both Jyothirmayee and Madhumitha have done neat jobs. Soundararajan's camera and Sasikumar's art are two more notable featu... » more
by Editorial Board - galatta.com
It isn’t laughter all the way.
Simbudevan's screenplay sees to it that no confusion arises. His intelligent dialogue is another redeeming feature. Admirably, every character big and small has individuality and each of them is practical. It is child's play for Prakash Raj and the brilliant strokes he executes with his mellowed dow... » more
by Malathi Rangarajan - The Hindu