A simplistic high-concept comedy that could have been more inventive
With a premise ripe with promise for a fun adventure, Kishore Rajkumar doesn't have to try too hard to make a decent entertainer out of Naai Sekar. And in Sathish, he gets the right actor for this role. We know the actor as a comedian, so some of the antics that he has to do after being bitten by th...(more)
Source: M Suganth, Times Of India
A watchable entertainer, Kids will enjoy it.
The premise of the film is certainly interesting and a lot could have been built upon that. What writer-director Kishore Rajkumar does is, he lists down the traits that a dog has, and then writes one humorous scene for each trait. For instance, dogs love bones. So there's a scene involving Sathish j...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
Naai Sekar is an average film that is saved to an extent by a few comedies.
Debut director Kishore Rajkumar adapts a fantasy idea and plays it to the gallery. Since the idea in itself has a good x-factor, certain scenes appeal well and helps with the laughs. As far as the writing is concerned, it follows a familiar path without taking any risks. The film is totally mainstre...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, galatta.com
A loony feel good entertainer to enjoy with your kids and family for this Pongal
This is a fantasy comedy film. So, please don't expect much logic in it" to be on the safer side. The highlight of the movie is it serves also as a worthy spoof film that takes references and manages to mock the other films. The screenplay starts slowly, picks up speed and ends with a laugh at the e...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
More appealing to kids than elders
Kishore should have worked on the screenplay a little more, and rewritten a few scenes from it. On the whole, this film is more appealing and enjoyable for kids than adults. (more)
Source: Bhavana Sharma, Pinkvilla