Synopsis/Plot : A wronged girl turns avenging angel.
It is a strict onetime watch for those who have not seen the original version
The director, Sripriya, has added new dimensions to the usual revenge story. The dialogues could have been better and the final sequence could have been crisper. The lengthy sermon towards the end may not be accepted by some sections of the audience.(more)
Source: Arun, MovieCrow
Malini 22 Palayamkottai is is relevant
Sripriya's Malini 22 Palayamkottai deals with an extremely relevant issue of contemporary society. The film comes at a time when incidents of rape and violence against women seem to have become a common, everyday occurrence. (more)
Source: S Saraswathi, Rediff.com
The areas that needed more focus have been handled with in a less serious way by director Sri Priya. The character of Malini itself is rather half-baked, with her nature fluctuating quite abruptly. At times she is na�ve and gullible, and in latter half, her transformation into the bold and revenge-s...(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Malini 22.. is worth a watch if you haven't seen the original.
Malini 22 Palayamkottai is essentially a revenge drama that is undaunted in its approach for resolving personal conflicts. Nithya Menen as Malini puts up a brave show in a role with a definitive character arc but she finds support only from a few such as Naresh and the veteran Kota Srinivasa Rao.(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
Malini 22 Palayamkottai - What if a Woman strikes back...
A gripper script and convincing portrayal of the turn of events could have done much wonders. Yet this film deserves your time and money for its earnestness to urging the women to not give up at any point. (more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
Malini 22 Palayamkkottai Review
Malini, a docile nurse, is forced to move into her boyfriend Varun's house, where she is raped � twice � by his boss, and also sent to prison on false charges. When she comes to know who the person behind her predicament is, she plans revenge.(more)
Source: M. Suganth, Times Of India