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Maan Karate
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Maan Karate - Not as Smart

A number of scenes and situations are heavily contrived and childish. A number of first half scenes look more like amateur skits borrowed from college culturals.Despite many of the scenes being forced and out-of-place, the comedy quotient may entertain you in some places. The script takes a lot of liberties and takes logic for granted >> more

by - MovieCrow on 04/Apr/2014

Rating (2/5)


Siva Karthikeyan's entertainer to beat the summer heat

On the whole, the movie is definitely watchable, with some amount of suspension of disbelief, for the many segments of entertainment that it offers.

by - Behindwoods.com

Rating (2.5/5)

Maan Karate is a messed-up bout

The love story, the greed of the five laced with stupidity, the boxing or an apology for it, and to boot, Yazhini's father, who will only have a son-in-law who can recite at least 10 rhyming couplets from 1330 which Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar wrote, mess up movie.

by - Hindustan Times

Rating (1.5/5)

Maan Karate is a letdown by uninspiring direction

An ordinary effort by the director, whose immense faith in the power of love seems utterly fantastical.

by - Rediff.com

Rating (2/5)

A rollicking ride

It has a racy first half but starts plodding in the second half.On the whole, a perfect summer outing with your family.

by - Sify.com

Rating (3/5)

Debutant director fails to live up to hype

Sivakarthikeyan-Hansika's much awaited film Maan Karate finally hit the silver screens on Friday April 4. Sivakarthikeyan appears in the role of Peter from Royapuram, Chennai. He is in love with Yazhini (Hansika) and poses to be a boxer to woo her, as she happens to be a sports lover. In a bid to pr...

by - Deccan Chronicle

Rating (2/5)

Maan Karate Review

Five friends meet a mystic in a forest who grants their wish � a newspaper from the future. They decide to get rich by using their knowledge of the future. So, they decide to focus on Peter, who is supposed to win a boxing tournament with a prize money of Rs 2 crore. But Peter hardly knows a thing ...

by - Times Of India

Rating (2.5/5)

Maan Karate is a messed-up bout

Maan Karate � like many other Tamil films � has an interesting plot, but the way it is scripted and narrated is illogical. Five IT professionals go on a vacation, and while one of them, a girl, swims underwater, she meets a sage who later grants them a wish. A Tamil newspaper dated some months later...

by - Hindustan Times

Rating (2.5/5)