That makes us so shocking when we get to hear that none of the Tamil releases have made it big at box-office. Big Movies with big budgets have dashed down the hopes of many and we are among them too. Yes, it started with the season of Pongal where the most expected movies like Bheema, Pirivoam Sandhipoam, Vaazthugal and more. It was horrible indeed an awkward scenario where none of the films made it big at the show. Bheema starring Vikram, Trisha, Raghuvarn and Prakash Raj was something running in people’s mind right from the day shooting started for this movie. But, an unfinished climax with weak screenplay stops it all.
If Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi was a hit, that was exactly due to the director’s cut and the time it was released. But certainly not was the same for Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan, a worst movie that blew away your souls during the whole time you watch the movie. Even Shriya Charan tripping her light foot with Vadivelu didn’t help for the film’s success.
Actor-Director Prem who at some intervals comes up with different attempts to make his film up to the level of Hollywood. Ashoka brings you the same genre in most of movies where the protagonist is involved in saving the life of National leader. However, the film was something not up to expected level despites spending high budgets…
Amidst of great flops came a film with the genre of suspense-comedy titled ‘Saadhu Miranda’ directed by Siddhique. The film had Prasanna, Abbas and Kavya Madhavan in lead and Abbas had done an extraordinary performance as villain. This movie was a below average and somewhat offered good entertainment for the audiences with a comedy/thriller…
Sooner hopped into the screen, Mysskin’s directorial Anjathey and we needn’t discuss about it. A splendid film with an exceptional theme inspired from a novel and film that we wouldn’t have watched.
Vaitheeswaran, Sandai, Singakutty, Kannum Kannum and other March releases weren’t something big. But Shakthi Chidambaram’s Sandai completed the hat trick success of Sundar C. Almost the same trace of yesteryear movie Maapillai featuring Rajnikanth, Amala, Sri Vidhya and Jai Shankar in lead roles. The film was a full length comedy and nothing more than the word ‘commercial’ can be commented on this movie.
The month of April had four great releases: Nepali, Santhosh Subramaniam, Yaaradi Nee Mohini and Arai En 305il Kadavul. Yaaradi Nee Mohini and Santhosh Subramaniam were the exact remakes of Telugu movie Aadavari Maathladu Arthale Vaeru and Bommarillu. These weren’t a big hits, but something of moderate collections in box-office.
Bharath opts for something big and that is becoming a great hero within overnight. This might have been the attitude that Bharath must have developed while picking up the script of Nepali. It was a big flop and still Bharath is happy saying that the film is still a hit.
Arai En 305il Kadavul directed by Simbhu Devan offered some delightment to children during summer season and a great message for all the masses. Blended with comedy and emotions, this film was an average in the theatres.
First week of this month was Kuruvi and that can be regarded as great time for Vijay fans. But it was till the movie got released and they were completely letting down all. And for the great excitement and surprise of all and that is none other than Captain Vijayakanth starrer Arasangam. The film released day before yesterday and you know something the film has nothing to do with usual stunts and punch dialogues of Vijayakanth. It’s a typical Madhesh’s film and hats off to him for utilizing Captain Vijayakanth to a greater extent.