When making a film involving kids, the best you can do is to cut open the cute little world of children in order to expose their needs and dreams, which are different from that of the grown-ups.
Suriya, in an extended cameo, impresses with his dialogue delivery and body language. His presence certainly adds value to the film. All other supporting actors, including Amala Paul have done their respective roles quite efficiently.
Overall View: Though Pasanga 2 has its issues which includes clichéd characters and sequences, it joins the list of must-watch flicks for children and their parents.
Firstly, kudos to Suriya and Amala Paul. Not only have they brought in their brands into the film, but also high spirits, good intentions and heartfelt performances.
One must definitely appreciate director Pandiraj's competence in skilfully handling scripts revolving around kids and kids themselves. To make the children understand of their character and extract incredible performances need exemplary conviction and unimaginable level of patience.
Verdict: Do a favor to Tamil cinema, watch Pasanga 2, let other superstars try what Suriya has!
Pandiraj's unique brilliance strikes right from the first scene where a relatively fat boy participates in a long run competition and he wins a prize despite coming last in the race.
The film offers umpteen infotainment and the messages are conveyed without being preachy. Apt stress has been made on the importance of the complete dedication and involvement of both the parents and family in various phases of growth of a kid.
Verdict: An enjoyable and enlightening ride into the world of kids.