M.kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi (U/A)
01/Oct/2004 Sports, Family

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Overall: 3.9 from 205 users

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2.50

Sentimental.

M.Kumaran Son of Mahalakshmi begins on a fresh note but peters off in the latter half into a mushy sentimental drama that is so predictable with no reason or logic. Ravi delivers a performance that makes you want to see more of him. But it is Nadia who steals the show with her natural performance. T...(more)

Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com

2.50

Mother of all sentiments.

M Kumaran...is like a curate's egg --- good in parts. It has its moments. But is excessively suffused with treacle to get any meaningful tempo in its narration. It is a story of sentiments, sentiments and more sentiments. Strangely it works in many parts. The music of Srikanth Deva is a major disapp...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com

2.50

Watch it for Ravi and Nadiya.

Nadiya is quite outstanding after a long time. Director Raja has done well for his second film. But some may feel that the film is too much emotional. The comedy part by Vivek and his gang looks like a retro from many of his previous movies. Music in the movie is not much to write about. Picturisati...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com

3.00

A film to woo women audience.

Raja has given a film with 80% sentiment and 20% action to attract the women audience. As far has Ravi is concerned he has given a wonderful performance. It is Nadhiya in her second innings who steals the show through out the first half. Hats off Nadhiya! The film drags a little in the second half. ...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, galatta.com

3.00

Apt casting.

RAVI'S SECOND release, "M. Kumaran Son of Mahalakshmi" , shows that the hero who has taken quite a long break after "Jeyam" has utilized the hiatus to work hard on his physique, dance, stunts and performance. The result is an effective show by the young man. Vivek has the viewer in splits in "M. Ku...(more)

Source: Malathi Rangarajan, The Hindu

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Chennai Senthamizh" ” Harish Ragavendra
2 “"Neeye Neeye" ” KK
3 “"Ayyo Ayyo" ” Udit Narayanan, Shalini Singh
4 “"Vacchukava" ” KK, Srilekha Parthasarathy
5 “"Yaaru Yaaru Ivano" ” Devan, Febi
6 “"Tamizh Nattu" ” Shankar Mahadevan