Synopsis/Plot : A botched kidnapping attempt leads to much confusion.
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Soodhu Kavvum once again proves that content and presentation are the key. It is definitely a gamble worth taking.
Nalan Kumarasamy has definitely proved that he is a man to watch out far. He seems to have a command over the medium. The humour is fresh and clean. They strike you at the most unlikeliest of places. The instance where the protagonists laugh their hearts out when they are being beaten to pulp is...(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Different attempt by a young team!
The film introduces us to several quirky characters and ambitious sketches, all delivered with a light heartedness. The director is rather successful in making the audience root for the anti-hero group and their reckless ways but the viewing is lacking of a certain stranglehold because of many long ...(more)
Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com
Vijay Sethupathy steals the show with his shaggy salt and pepper beard and a paunch. His body language and dialogue delivery makes the character come alive and the audiences will root for him. Sanchita Shetty as his girlfriend is smashing and delivers some one-liners with perfect lip sync. All the o...(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
A great one time watch flick
Nalan makes us root for a bunch of misfits and their acts of stupidity; this partly works in favour of the film. Music does play an important role in the success of the film. Except for one song, you don't find other songs disturbing the flow of the film.(more)
Source: IANS, One India
Soodhu Kavvum is a class apart
What sets the film apart is that in spite of being a comedy film, there are no typical comic one-liners or forced comic situations. The predicament of the characters provides the comic element to the film. Even the most serious dialogues in the gravest situations make the audience laugh uncontroll...(more)
Source: S Saraswathi, Rediff.com
Soodhu Kavvum marks a hat-trick of successes for Vijay Sethupathy
Nalan Kumarasamy establishes himself as a director to watch out for in this laugh riot of a debut movie. Carrying off a dark comedy is no mean task, but Nalan hits the target right in his first attempt. His writing is crisp, the lines are down to earth and funny, the characters well-etched and the s...(more)
Source: N Venkateswaran, Times Of India
Crime does pay!
The director's uncompromising vision - in the current Tamil-cinema scenario, where box-office compromises are everywhere, you could even call this some kind of conscientiousness - extends to the songs and the fights, which don't cut into the pace of the film but instead enhance the overall mood. The...(more)
Source: Baradwaj Rangan, The Hindu
Good film but debutant Nalan's filmmaking style does not engage or convince at some places. (more)
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|No.||Song Title||Lyric Writer||Performer(s)||Listen here|
|1||“Come Na Come”||Ganesh Kumar||Ganesh Kumar B, Chinna||Listen|
|2||“Mama Douser”||Nalan Kumarasamy||Andrea Jeremiah||Listen|
|3||“Ellam Kadanthu Pogumada”||Rr||Koavai Jaleel||Listen|
|4||“Sudden Light”||Adhi (hip Hop Tamizha)||Rob Mass||Listen|
|5||“Sa Ga”||Muthamil||Divya Ramani||Listen|
|6||“Kaasu Panam”||Gaana Bala||Gaana Bala, Andony Dasan||Listen|