Synopsis/Plot : Nandha Gopalan Kumaran (NGK), a charismatic young man, embarks on a political journey that brings about an unprecedented socio-political revolution. Directed by ace filmmaker K. Selvaraghavan, NGK stars Suriya Sivakumar in the titular role.
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A political drama that derails midway!
There is a streak of eccentricity in most of the characters. Surya does well but again we fail to get a wrap around the actual character of NGK. How does he actually achieve the things that he does? You can buy them in a hero glorifying vehicle but over here you demand justifications.(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Suriya Is Absolutely Stunning In This Watchable Political Drama!
NGK definitely has one of the best performances of Suriya so far and it is a relishing sight to see this magnificent actor in full form. Selvaraghavan the director does come up with a decent movie, which has its own share of merits and demerits.(more)
Source: Abhijith, One India
Overtly manipulative political thriller
NGK is an overtly manipulative political action drama in which Suriya shines but not the film! (more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Surya valiantly tries hard to inject life into a flaccid script that cannot decide if it wants to be a crowd-pleasing political fantasy or a grounded political drama.
If we end up enduring the two-and-a-half hours, it is mainly because of Suriya who gives it his all, acting the hell out during the actorly portions and playing to the gallery whenever he is required to turn on his charm.(more)
Source: Suganth, Times Of India
An oddly-put together mash-up of a movie
NGK is Suriya trying his best to deliver a Selvaraghavan-ish performance when the director himself is trying to deliver a Shankar/Murugadoss-ish film. The results aren't exactly pleasing.(more)
Source: SRINIVASA RAMANUJAM, The Hindu
NGK becomes a usual political drama but is watchable for Suriya's performance.
The plot here is wafer-thin, and Selva keeps mounting more tension on it till a point where it crumbles. That's what lets NGK down. A more trimmed film, with a tighter screenplay and novelties, would have made NGK far better than what it is.(more)
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Source: PRasanth, Prashanth
Suriya Is Fantastically Earnest, But 'NGK' Is Selvaraghavan's Blandest Movie To Date
As the film builds to a familiar (and rushed) climax, all we are left with is a handful of nicely idiosyncratic touches.A few action moves, where we feel the impact of Kumaran's fury rather than just the pull of gravity. And that's it. The familiarity of the milieu is not the problem. When you watc...(more)
Source: BARADWAJ RANGAN, Filmcompanion.in
NGK is a 'n'number of glimpse which is combined to form a 2 hr 30mins movie with some good performance from suriya Finally,NGK is neither cult nor commercial movie but it's a disappointment (more)
Mokka and one time watchable only because of Suriya.. both the heroines are waste.. Sothappal by Selvaraghavan sir.. I expected much more going by teaser and trailer (more)
Mass movie for Suriya it was a come back after 10 years suriya acting was also good selva directions is good like before movies (more)