Critics Review


An attempt at infinity

Zero is a well made supernatural thriller that eschews most of the routines of Tamil cinema. You might not buy the plot that it conveys but the film definitely has you interested for the most part.(more)

Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow


Good Research, Strong Music, but a complicated Screenplay.

Zero is a venture that is made with a lot of sensualism, religion and love. It deserves a watch for the efforts that the team has put into it. Though there are scenes where one might question the laws of science, the fictitious story overrides those questions.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,


Zero is certainly that rare film where the audience is unsure where it will go next.

While that film was bold enough to end on a nihilistic note, Zero sticks to its romantic outlook. Somehow, the latter view doesn't feel satisfying. But most importantly, as the ambition of the plot keeps getting bigger and bigger, the film struggles to match up to it visually. By the time the film ends, we begin to feel that this story might have worked even better as a novel. Perhaps, we all have our own versions of God, Satan, Adam, Eve and Lilith in our heads that whatever that we see on a large screen might not be as impressive.(more)

Source: M Suganth, Times Of India


An ambitious film that starts promisingly, but falters towards the end

You must really see Bala�s �black eye� to see what I�m talking about. But you have to give credit to the director for the way he pulls it all together later. Aided wonderfully by the music, the incredibly poignant heart of this film � about love�s all-pervasive power � resonates with the viewer. It really goes on to show the limitlessness of the medium when ambitions are backed by passion.(more)

Source: VISHAL MENON, The Hindu