Packed with a wonderful star cast, Komban delivers when it comes to the artists' performances. All the lead actors and actresses have done justice to their characters.
Karthi's almost perfect dialogue delivery, Lakshmi Menon's powerful performance, Rajkiran's screen presence and Kovai Sarala's ability to pull off comical as well as emotional scenes all stand out.
Overall View: Packed with all the elements required for a successful commercial entertainer, Komban delivers the goods.
Casting of Komban is perfect with every actor fitting perfectly with their character. A much beefed up Karthi with a handlebar moustache, ever tied up dhoti and angry looks is the perfect picturization of Kombaiya.
Technically cinematographer Velraj has chosen to light up most of his frames in golden sepia tone and he also makes a short cameo.
The problem with Komban is that we have seen such rural rage a lot before. The stunts also get one too many. However, bond between a father-in-law and his son-in-law is relatively untried and this has been quite decently handled by Muthiah.
The bonding between the father in law and the son in law is very effective because Karthi and Rajkiran give such realistic performances. Situational comedy is sprinkled throughout the script and succeeds in bringing out the laughs.
The violence and gore makes the viewer wince and the length of the movie makes viewing a bit too tedious.