Sivakasi (Vijay) is man with a golden heart. A do-gooder, who dotes on his mother and sister. The theme revolves round the sacrifices he is called upon to make the mother and sister happy. He leaves his home at the age of eight due to some fall out with his father caused by his elder brother. After many years, he decides to return to his hometown after being forced to by Hema (Asin), his girlfriend. When he arrives to his hometown, he finds out about the sinister doings of this brother Udhayappa (Prakash Raj) to his mother (Geetha) and his sister (Lakshana). He decides to stay and help his mother and sister regain their life. Till then, he will not reveal his identity. If falling in love with Asin and the associated comedy is hot in the first half, plotting to unseat his brother Prakash Raj and emoting with the status of his sister Lakshana and mother Geeta, are incredibly in the second half. Come have a blast!
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Gideon K (ag) wrote: If you think the first movie is bizarre, then this movie (it's a prequel) is even bizarre.. I thought the fire beetle from the first movie is bizarre enough, but noo.. My point is, I love the story and the mystery, but I think it'll be so much better without the fancy CGIs in unnecessary places and that two weird creatures.. Unlike what everyone said, to me the first movie is so much better.
Jessica L (gb) wrote: Good story and acting, but too violent for my taste.
Johnny M (it) wrote: Hard movie to rate but in the end i don't think it was really deserving of a 3 star rating. Nice characters and an interesting back story but nothing really grabbed me or made me consider anything. Script could have been better as well. Its a short film that flows quite nicely and is worth watching if its scheduled to be on tv and you have nothing better to be doing but not worth going out of your way to try and see.
Daniel W (kr) wrote: The final act with the weddings themselves is the definite highlight - they were all great!
Sarah R (au) wrote: Cute, but a little long.
Marko C (br) wrote: funniest last 2 seconds of a movie ever!
Sam M (kr) wrote: Overly entertaining, this is one for the kids and the adults. It's remembered fondly today.
Duncan P (jp) wrote: I know I change my review often, but I always think of better things to say about this film!Lush animation accompanied by a highly unexpected storyline and many hidden elements, this is one of the deepest and richest animated films ever, exploring a multitude of themes and ideas, from acceptance, family, love, anti-conformism, religion, environmental awareness, and to some measure, sex, as well as some more out-of-this-world ideas such as contact with "Alien" life forms.But somehow, these offend people. Personally, I cannot see why. The film has a deep message for all of us, it is meant to make us think about what we are doing. But clearly, some people could not care less what we do to destroy the world. Herein lies one of the more moving scenes in the film, the humans arguing amongst themselves about this issue.Thus, I have little more to say, other than this is an incredibly deep film, and something everyone should watch at least once in their lifetime. I can go on and on about the movie for ages, but fact of the matter is that it is an experience that should be seen, not described.
Alex K (ca) wrote: The Only Film Remake To Be One Of My Favorite Films Is 1983's Scarface.