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Yaaruda Mahesh

Synopsis/Plot : A husband's search for his wife's paramour Mahesh.


Release Date: 26/Apr/2013

Censor: A

Cast: Sundeep Kishan, Jagan

Director: R. Madhan Kumar

Music Director: Gopi Sunder


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Yaaruda Mahesh is strictly meant for youngsters

The movie is rated 'A' and rightly so. Director Madhan Kumar has made a script that completely relies on double entendres and although they work out most of the times, one might feel it is overdone. The screenplay is treated in a light-hearted way and youngsters might find it engaging. >> more

by - MovieCrow on 26/Apr/2013

Rating (2.5/5)


Comedy in parts

Yaaruda Mahesh is a unidirectional product that targets youth with liberal does of adult humor but is not powerful enough to sustain the interests through the entire length of the film. Yaaruda Mahesh certainly has not lived up to the expectations generated by the trailer.

by - Behindwoods.com

Rating (2/5)

It is one-time watch for youths

The first half of Yaaruda Mahesh is good and it makes youths to believe that the film is a paisa-vasool affair. The crass jokes keep coming regularly and makes the audience laugh every few minute.

by - One India

Rating (2.5/5)

If double-meaning, adult jokes are your cup of tea, you will enjoy this movie

This is not to say that the movie does not have its moments. Jagan, after his negative turn in the recent movie Vathikuchi, is in terrific form and shares a very good rapport with Sundeep. Their drunken antics are hilarious, and Jagan's expressions and dialogue delivery are bang on. Shiva's attempts...

by - Times Of India

Rating (2.5/5)

The film is meant for the youth audiences

The first half of the film is quite enjoyable with a lot of adult jokes, but in the second half, as the hero searches for the heroine's ex-lover it starts losing steam. Most of the jokes fall flat as they are repeated and screenplay goes haywire. And audiences can predict the climax which is a big let down.

by - Sify.com

Rating (2.5/5)

Scrappily made. Mildly tolerable

The plot, such as it is, kicks in at interval point, when Shiva is seen wearing a T-shirt patterned with a question mark - reflecting the title of R Madhan Kumar's Yaaruda Mahesh. We're meant to wonder, along with Shiva, who Mahesh is - but the film isn't terribly invested in this revelation. It's m...

by - The Hindu

Rating (2/5)