Critics Review

3.50

Source: PRasanth, Prashanth

2.00

With hardly anything new to offer in terms of story and screenplay, Kalavani 2 is the latest to join the list of unnecessary sequels in Kollywood.

After a patience-testing first half, the second half turns out to be comparatively better because of some partly engaging scenes, but that doesn't help in saving the movie from being a tiring watch. With hardly anything new to offer in terms of story and screenplay, Kalavani 2 is the latest to join the list of unnecessary sequels in Kollywood.(more)

Source: Thinkal Menon, Times Of India

2.50

A film that robs us of our sanity

Kalavani 2 is the eighth sequel to have released this year. Imagine watching all these films that defy the concept of a 'sequel' in the first place. It's agony. For months, we have held silent protests through our reviews, calling out on this pretentious sequel culture, which is getting out of hand (as you read this, Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu 2 is gearing up for a release next week). But filmmakers turn a blind eye to us.(more)

Source: Srivatsan , The Hindu

2.00

Begins Promisingly, But It Soon Falters When It Forgets The Essence Of The Original

The most ridiculous scene of the film is when she proposes to Vemal as she zooms past him driving her scooter. It was literally out of nowhere. Maybe, Arikki saw that coming, though he's the character and I am the audience who knows Oviya is the "heroine". If Arikki had known that he'd win too, the film would have been pretty bland (except for the few flavourful jokes now and then)´┐Żoh wait, that explains!(more)

Source: Vivek Shivakumar, Filmcompanion.in

1.50

Yet another pointless sequel

Kalavani 2 neither has a strong story nor enough humour. All it achieves is give us one more reason for why we should be positively alarmed by the prospect of sequels.(more)

Source: Gopinath Rajendran, CinemaExpress.com