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Time pass.

Debutant director duo Pushkar and Gayathri, start their Oram Po on a promising note, but somewhere along the way it runs out of gas. The film is quite racy and is short at 2 hours 1 minute, but lacks a proper script. The major plus point of the film is the music of G.V Prakash. Nirav Shah has been c...(more)

Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com


Oram Po entertains.

Directed by debutants Pushkar and Gayatri, the film succeeds, at least most of the time, as an entertainer. There's a cheerful spirit to the movie, which makes it endearing to watch, but the serious scenes are treated with indifference. The comedy, though good, stops short of being great. The music ...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, Rediff.com


Cheerful Entertainer.

Director couple, Pushkar and Gayatri make their debut with Oram Po, featuring Arya and Pooja in the lead roles. Arya looks credible but struggles to exude varied emotions demanded by various situations. His expressions are monotonous and hence tend to be boring. Pooja fits into the casual girl. Her ...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com


A movie aimed at the youth that almost hits the Bull’s eye.

A new effort nonetheless, Oram Po is part satire, part spoof and full entertainment. It is a two-hour ride with all its bumps and swerves and unexpected curves. The movie has only a wafer thin story line but what lies between the wafers makes for all the entertainment. It is a delight to see such a ...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com


Entertainment with a local flavour.

Oram Po brings debutant director-duo Pushkar and Gayathri's ambition alive on the silver screen. Oram Po's strength lies in its well-spun story and supporting screenplay. Arya has done a marvelous job. Pooja is very lovely, looking natural. Nirav Shah's camera weaves sheer magic, stringing the scene...(more)

Source: Editorial Board, galatta.com


Fun from start to finish.

This is one of those light hearted, good natured films in which even the bad guys are lovable. The strongest points of the movie are some excellent dialogues — they’re genuinely funny and spontaneous, even when the characters are talking dirty — and the high-energy background score. Arya is terrific...(more)

Source: Malathi Rangarajan, The Hindu

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Triplicane Auto” Thyagarajan Kumararaja Blaaze
2 “Gun Ganapathi” Na. Muthukumar T. Rajendar
3 “Idhu Enna Mayam” Na. Muthukumar Alka Yagnik, Shankar Mahadevan
4 “Kozhi Kaalu” Na. Muthukumar Jassie Gift, Kailash Kher
5 “Jigu Jickan” Na. Muthukumar Manicka Vinayakam
6 “Yaar Iraivanai” Na. Muthukumar Sunitha Sarathy, George Peter