Synopsis/Plot : Jada revolves around a local football player, who is talented enough to reach the international level but is kept back by his financial situation. This sports drama is an inspiring story about breaking barriers.
Critics Review All critic Reviews(10)
This Mishmash Of Genres Results In A Wavering Outcome!
Jada is watchable at best. Imagine 3 scenarios. 1) Your nose itches and you scratch it with your fingers. 2) Your nose itches and you take your hand around your face and then scratch it. 3) You take your hand around your face and then scratch your nose though there wasn't an itch in the first place....(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
A half baked sports drama
Kathir who has been choosing good scripts has landed in a wrong project with Jada. He has done justice to his role and performed earnesty but the script lets him down. There is no scope for him to perform even in the so-called emotional scenes. Yogi Babu's comedy tests our patience, the rest of the ...(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Kathir does justice to his role while Yogi Babu's one-liners do not entertain
The characters lack depth and do not succeed in connecting with viewers. The mandatory hero-villain face-off is forced and leaves no impact. Cinematography and music are two aspects which make some of the scenes watchable.(more)
Source: Thinkal Menon, Times Of India
Source: PRasanth, Prashanth
Kathir stars in an unremarkable sports drama that switches midway to an unremarkable ghost story
Whether pure genre or a mix, what matters is the writing. And that's all over the place. The football itself is reduced to a lesser version of the game we saw in the first half�(more)
Source: BARADWAJ RANGAN, Filmcompanion.in
A generic, supernatural revenge-drama masquerading as a sports film
The film abruptly finds its resolution, but the questions don't. What happened to the coach's son? What's with the heroine, who appears for five minutes in the first half? What happened to the other bad guy? Or in broader terms, what does it say about a film, when you walk in expecting a gritty spor...(more)
Source: Mani Prabu, The New Indian Express
A confused mess that's neither a sports-drama nor a horror flick
Kumaran mounts a revenge story on the backdrop of football, but the results are middling. Jada could have been a fine sports-drama. Or it could have been a fine revenge-drama. It's neither.(more)
Source: Srivatsan , The Hindu
An interesting first half and a confused second half make Jada a middling affair!
This film once again brings to the fore the performer in Kishore and if there is some takeaway in the film, it is his scenes that come during the flashback. Kathir has done his part well. He has been choosing his scripts properly and giving his best each and every time. You can see him raising the ...(more)
Source: Galatta Review Panel, galatta.com