Synopsis/Plot : Sixer follows Aadhi who suffers from night blindness. He falls for Karthika but doesn`t share details about his condition in the fear of losing her. Will he hide it from her and his to-be in-laws? Can he overcome his own challenges?
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A fairly engaging, middling comedy that is shouldered by an entertaining performance and a unique syndrome!
Most scenes that involve actor Vaibhav are engaging and he has emoted and entertained well. Be it his comical, blindfolded fight sequence or his combination with Satish and his entire track with actor Chaams in the latter half, audiences are sure to enjoy these parts. Even the scene that sees him ge...(more)
Source: Akash, MovieCrow
An enjoyable comedy
Sixer manages to entertain to an extent though there are some logic loopholes and silly scenes. It's a harmless one time watch for the fun element and few comic moments.(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Sixer falls just short of being watchable, despite some of the comedy working out quite well.
A supposedly funny sequence involving Chaams is ridiculous and tests our patience. The antagonist falls flat in the climax because of the clich�d fight with the hero. The movie, on the whole, just falls short of being watchable, despite some of the comedy working out quite well, thanks to the logic ...(more)
Source: Thinkal Menon, Times Of India
Eyes wide shut
Sixer also has a brief homophobic stretch that makes you squirm. Of course, the presence of a heroine (Pallak Lalwani) who cannot get a single word right in Tamil is more irking than Chachi's tunnelled vision about nyctalopia among other things.(more)
Source: Srivatsan , The Hindu
Vaibhav-starrer tries hard to be funny but marginally falls short
Sixer is a typical time-pass movie that may provide some laughs for those nostalgic about 1980s Tamil cinema comedy tracks.(more)
Source: Sreedhar Pillai, Firstpost.com