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Kalyana Samayal Saadham Review
Director RS Prasanna scores big points for his refreshing narration infusing with subtle emotions between lead pairs. KSS proves that you don't need truck load of money and expensive CGs to make a movie with rich production values(more)
Source: Editorial Board, MovieCrow
A pleasant feel good urban flick!
KSS is a thorough urban flick and its subjects occupy the upper middle class society. It is about the traditions and practices related to wedding orchestrated by parents. (more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
funny and thought provoking
Kalyana Samayal Saadham is not just about a big fat Indian wedding but also highlights the emotional and sensitive topic of stress-related erectile dysfunction that is becoming an increasingly common problem among the modern youth.(more)
Source: Saraswathi, Rediff.com
The film plays out like a bubbly romantic comedy.
The film is actually about the dilemma of present-day youngsters who want to be respectful of their parents wishes while at the same time try to lead life their way. In the end, Raghu's problem becomes a metaphor of sorts � by standing up for Meera, he also becomes a man in bed.(more)
Source: M Suganth, Times Of India
Kalyana Samayal Saadham is bold, quirky, entertaining
What makes a man a 'man'? The premise of the boldly entertaining Kalyana Samayal Saadham surrounds whether the answer to the question is a man's ability to perform in bed. The film's narrative captures scenes from a south Indian arranged marriage and helps us understand that the true definition of a...(more)
Source: Editorial board, Hindustan Times