Critics Review


A must watch for lovers of good cinema which engages and entertains through out.

Every sportsman has a driving force that takes him to victory and for the reluctant Mathee it is her love for the older man which is convincingly told. The second half lags a bit which is easily forgiven when it leads to the riveting climax when we are enlightened about the feats of Indian Women Boxers.(more)

Source: IndiaGlitz ,


Irudhi Suttru is not to be missed

Director Sudha Kongara�s Irudhi Suttru may not be perfect. But, at just under two hours, its refreshing characters, enjoyable plot, great music and visuals keeps you hooked. (more)

Source: S Saraswathi,


This Boxing Saga Hits The Bull's-eye

Irudhi Suttru is fun and emotional (sans over the top scenes). It is riveting and also manages to take a dig at women's boxing in India. (more)

Source: Avinash Gopinath, One India


Madhavan shines in this perfect sports drama

There's a perfect milieu, a build-up and a fantastic climax and as all these elements come together so well, for the film to work perfectly. The biggest strength of Irudhi Suttru is the brilliant performances of Ritika and Madhavan, who breathes through their roles.(more)

Source: Moviebuzz,


Irudhi Suttru, a knock out performance to go and watch out for

Dialogues are the major forte of Irudhi Suttru. Written by Arun Matheeswaran, they are razor sharp in intelligence that they get the applause quite frequently. The pace is fast and it hardly lags. For a film of this nature, the climax is vital and Sudha packs it with a lot of punch and adrenaline rush. The final few minutes give you a feel of watching a live, energetic, suspense filled boxing bout. (more)

Source: Editorial Board,


Source: Prashanth, Prashanth