Aindhaam Thalamurai Siddha Vaidhya Sigamani

Aindhaam Thalamurai Siddha Vaidhya Sigamani

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Directed by : L G Ravichandar

Release Date : | Length : 150 Minutes

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“Aindhaam Thalamurai Siddha Vaidhya Sigamani's attempt at mixing a social message with comedy is insensitive and over-dramatic. Despite a talented cast, the movie gives out very few laughs. Watch it only if you're a fan of Bharat! ”

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Simply another film.

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Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani is a dry cough in the region between mouth and the head. But for some scenes where Bharath is seen as a do-gooder, a selfless soul, the film is poor. It manages to wake you up at action sequences and songs (it’s loud). 

Bharath and Nandita are uneducated who get married only to discover in the end that they are both ‘thumb impressions’. Wow (Unadulterated sarcasm!). 

This is Bharath’s 25th film, but with this film, he reminds us that he is an actor, too. Why did he have to choose to be a part of this cross between a half-boiled and an omelet? I don’t want to know.

Karunakaran is slowly becoming a seriously funny actor and Thambi Ramaiah has stationed himself in the hall of Tamil cinema. His eccentricity is his asset, albeit, slightly hinting at Robin Williams’s persona. If last week’s release Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam showed us how the rest of the cast could depend on Thambi Ramaiah’s lines, Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani, shows us how a script could depend on him. 

Crass music makes the film a boring affair. Gaana Bala in his ‘Gaana’ style gives a little push that is worth a couple of minutes. 

Yes, blindly, mutely, and deafly, education is important. IMPORTANT. It helps us grow, learn, distinguish, and disguise. I still don’t agree to one issue though. Anything can be taught without having to raise a finger. Do not touch the kids with a stick. Yours or wooden. No abuse whatsoever. 

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