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Madras Review - Karthi back on track

Pa. Ranjith deserves a lot of kudos for his vision and maturity of story-telling.The movie has equal mix of realism and commercialism blended well to give viewers a unique North Madras experience.(more)

Source: Editor, MovieCrow


Madras definitely deserves a trip to the theaters

Ranjith has to be credited for making all these unknown actors come up trumps with a solid show each. The North Madras lingo is a delight to hear and all the actors and dubbing artistes who have contributed to this effect, deserve a pat or two.(more)

Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com


Walk in to get a hovering feeling of North Madras

Ranjith's choice of casting and some brilliant locale of North Madras, some power packed performances from the lead cast captivates the audience thoroughly. Karthi has done extensive work in adapting as a local chennaite(more)

Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com


Madras-It is a gutsy and outstanding film.

Madras works big time as writer and director Ranjith has given priority to his script, which hooks the audiences straightaway. It is a triumph of honest writing and heartfelt dialogues. Anbu�s death scene and the interval block are simply terrific. (more)

Source: Movie Buzz, Sify.com


An intense and exhilarating socio-political drama with superb detailing

Ranjith keeps defying our expectations in subtle ways. We think we know what the outcome of a scene would be but he constantly surprises us with how the scene is executed. The best example of this is the pre-interval block, which is as tense and suspenseful as the intermission point of Jigarthanda.(more)

Source: M Suganth, Times Of India


Madras: A tale of two halves

Director Ranjith's detailing and storytelling that even a stone wall becomes sentient. After a delightful, racy first half, you want the interval to be over soon, popcorn be damned!(more)

Source: Udhav Naig, The Hindu


Sublime mix of love, poverty and war

Ranjith�s Madras succeeds in portraying the oft-preconceived areas of North Madras for what it actually is. And he does this without losing a definite sense of flair and affectation. Be prepared: if you are expecting a grimy, rundown, lawless state of affairs, this movie might feel like as though an...(more)

Source: Anupama Subramanian, Deccan Chronicle


Karthi delivers a stellar performance

Pa Ranjith's story is very well-etched out and the script is tight. He has all the ingredients that are common to young men as well to most films � love, rivalry, friendship, revenge. But what differs is his story-telling and how he lifts these regular aspects with innovative situations.(more)

Source: Latha Srinivasan, MovieCrow

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Good love scenes ..Good bgm ...Good story .. overall Good movie (more)

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Chennai Vada Chennai” Kabilan Hariharasudhan, Meenakshi Iyer Listen
2 “Kakidha Kappal” Gaana Bala Gaana Bala Listen
3 “Kaali Love Theme” Listen
4 “Naan Nee” Uma Devi Sakthisree Deekshita Listen
5 “Aagayam Theepiditha” Kabilan Pradeep Kumar Listen
6 “Irandhidava” Gana Bala Gana Bala Listen
7 “Trailer Theme Music” Listen