A Neat Family Drama
Velraj definitely has a pulse on the audience and his handling of the middle class scenario is right on the money. He is able to bring out entertainment from the most normal of happenings. The first half is brilliant. The way Amy's character is treated with dignity and not made to look like a selfish and arrogant rich girl deserves a pat on the back. It might not look a big deal but having such sensibility in a mainstream film featuring a leading hero is a step in the right direction. (more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Youthful and Family-oriented Entertainer
Velraj has carved a spot for himself in the family entertainer sector. The film has a detailed story; however, most of it is pleated in the second half, while the first half is elaborate on the introduction alone. Albeit, this time allows for absorption of the characters, but also keeps us entertained tirelessly.(more)
Source: Editorial board, IndiaGlitz.com
A watchable entertainer, with an enjoyable first half and a stereotypical second half.
Director Velraj has a knack for good romance and his choice of mass moments seem to work pretty well, despite its over use in Tamil films. However, his screenplay, which keeps shuttling between moods in rapid successions, keep the audiences distracted.(more)
Source: Editorial board, Behindwoods.com
It is poignant and touching. It will make you laugh and cry.
Thangamagan rests completely on Dhanush's shoulders and he carries it to the winning post with his herculean talent. He turns on the charm in full heartthrob mode. He's pitch-perfect as the ideal son, lover and husband. (more)
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Source: Abhishek Raaja, Behindwoods.com