Alex is a small-time thief who gets a contract to kidnap the CM's daughter, Divya, for three days. But when Divya reveals to him the real reason for her kidnap, he decides to help her.
An unapologetic masala film
Mindless action,double-meaning comedy, titillating songs,superficial romance,shallow sentiments,cardboard villains held together by tweet-size story
by MovieCrow Reviewer - MovieCrow on 11/Jan/2013
Test of patience
So Suraaj with his half baked script has packaged the film with a cliched hero introduction, crude comedy scenes, double entendre, corny dialogues, mass songs, caricature villains in black and white Sumos chasing the hero who takes them single-handedly and finally a contrived climax. » more
by Moviebuzz - Sify.com
For old formulaic mass masala fans.
Alex Pandian may work for people who patronize formulaic films with few songs, action sequences and the routine content. Alex Pandian does not offer much but for the action sequences which are plenty and are shot quite well. » more
by Behindwoods Review Board - Behindwoods.com
Alex Pandian is a typical masala film, which would work better in the Telugu market than among Tamil film goers.
Karthi is once again energetic and has given his best. Santhanam is hilarious at parts and irritating at times due to some poorly written scenes. » more
by Prakash Upadhyaya - One India
This Tamil film is entertaining but offers nothing new.
Overall, the film appears to be a collection of chase and stunt sequences, which deliver one message - no one, can beat the hero. Santhanam, like in many other movies he is truly the savior of 'Alex Pandian' » more
by India Glitz - IBN Live
Clich�s of the commercial
AP�s screenplay plays truant � it is as though Suraaj wakes up suddenly to the fact that too much time has gone by without romantic song sequences and has inserted them in a hurry one after the other. The heroine trying to escape in a motorboat in vain, is much like the Satyaraj-Sivaji Ganesan interaction in Jallikkattu, and hence has no fizz. » more
by Malathi Rangarajan - The Hindu