Critics Review


Rummy - A Predictable Game

Rummy falters big time in holding the attention of the viewer. Except for a brief while towards the climax there is no undercurrent tension in the audience which should have ideally been there for this film to make the much desired impact. (more)

Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow


A familiar tale of oppositions to love which takes its own sweet time to move

Rummy is its laborious pace and its familiar premise.The conflict element in the movie has been shown countless times in yesteryear movies and there is nothing new on offer.(more)

Source: Editorial Board,


Rummy makes for an engaging watch

Rummy is often violent, with the strongman's underling slicing off the arm of a young man who dared to fall in love with a girl from his village. There is more bloodshed and gore to come, more revenge and brutality sometimes treated with arrogant casualness.(more)

Source: Gautaman Baskaran, Hindustan Times


Rummy A Bad Hand

The director, Balakrishnan K., is happy to tell a story whose end we see coming from miles ahead. And in the absence of anything new in the content, he tries something gimmicky with form. He develops situations to a boiling point, then stops cold, cutting away to something else(more)

Source: Baradwaj Rangan, The Hindu


Rummy is engaging

Debutant director K Balakrishnan´┐Żs Rummy is an engaging film, let down by an average screenplay and the extremely slow pace. (more)

Source: S Saraswathi,


Rummy recalls the Sasikumar film, almost to a fault.

And, so it ends, Vijay Sethupathi's enviable run of envelope-pushing movies, with this very familiar tale of blood-soaked romance that clearly wants to be another Subramaniapuram. Right from its period setting (late 1980s) to the countryside duets and the ruthless characters, Rummy recalls the Sasikumar film, almost to a fault.(more)

Source: M SUganth, Times Of India