Critics Review


A tickle at your funny bone with a touch of emotion emerging as a decent watch!

Hiphop Tamizha and director Raana�s Naan Sirithal is a decent entertainer that has a touch of emotion and good dose of comedy aided by a disorder that keeps various moments alive in the film. If for a slightly more engaging screenplay, Naan Sirithal might have been an extremely enjoyable commercial comedy film. However, it still comes across as a harmless and watchable entertainer. (more)

Source: Akash, MovieCrow


Naan Sirithal is a watchable entertainer with some good moments of laughter.

With nothing new to offer in terms of technicality and the story turning predictable after a point, the only salvation is the comedy of errors that happens in the first half and a few comedic sequences here and there.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,


The film has the required ingredients for a popcorn entertainer, but is still under-cooked

Yogi Bab's cameo in the pre-climax portion is okayish. His scene with Aadi stands out because of their chemistry. Aadi fits into the character though there are scenes where he goes overboard with his histrionics. It's the sequences with his friends which engage the audience.(more)

Source: Thinkal Menon, Times Of India


Source: PRasanth, Prashanth


Average comedy entertainer

Naan Sirithal might appeal to youth audiences seeking time-pass entertainment.(more)

Source: Moviebuzz,


Hiphop Tamizha's film has simple, sweet messaging but a wafer-thin plot

The message of the film is it is better to suppress your innermost emotions with a smile on your face. On the whole, it is just a passable Aadhi film, which could have been better. The entertainment elements are there but there is a lack of a cohesive story to package them.(more)

Source: Sreedhar Pillai,


Go for this one if you are a fan of Hip Hop Aadhi and a few laughs here and there.

he idea of a man laughing out loud at inappropriate situations has so much scope to be milked for one hilarious situation after another but 'Naan Sirithaal' fails miserably in that aspect. There is a total lack of cohesiveness in the proceedings and the acting and the staging seem to be out of control most of the time.(more)

Source: IndiaGlitz ,


Funny... in bits and pieces

Naan Sirithal is that film which you will remember the most for its few genuinely funny sequences, when it is played on loop by 24/7 comedy channels.(more)

Source: Pradeep Kumar, The Hindu


Naan Sirithal entertains at places, but a wayward screenplay and comedies that are enjoyable only occasionally spoils the fun!

The rich colour palette filled with the blue tone mostly supplements the mood setting of the film. Sreejith's editing is crisp and dynamic. The film on the whole loses its momentum in the second half.(more)

Source: Galatta Review Panel,


A Comedy With A Role Tailor-Made For Hiphop Aadhi That Could Have Been More Entertaining

As a short film idea, the story was outstanding and deserved the recognition it got. But if you take a look at it as a film, I can't quite say the same. But the message always holds good no matter what format adopted. Just smile through it all.(more)