Vikram Prabhu's second movie Ivan Vera Mathiri has opened up to good reviews from critics. The movie was released on Friday (December 13) in above 300 screens and has got good response from the audience.
It is one of the most expected movies of the month of December
as it is a crucial film for both Vikram Prabhu and director M
Saravanan. As their earlier movies had done well, people were
curiously looking forward for Ivan Vera Mathiri.
Like any star's movie, Ivan Vera Mathiri got good
opening in Chennai and many theatres witnessed a near-packed house.
The film has also reasonably done well at overseas markets.
On social networking sites, Ivan Vera Mathiri received
positive talks in large numbers. But many gave three ratings out of
five. The performance of Vikram Prabhu has been praised along with
the action quotient in the film. Newcomer Surabhi has also been
grandly welcomed with good words by the audience and
M Saravanan has itched a story based on a real-life incident for
his latest movie Ivan Vera Mathiri. It is a commercial
movie with a social message. Here, we are bringing you some of the
critics reviews...find it on the
Highlights of the movie will be action scenes, and the film has
turned out to be fairly different kind of action movie.
Ivan Vera Mathiri is implausible - there is little
chance that a young man like this could pull off a stunt like this.
But it is effective rabble-rousing. As our hero goes into his
climatic oration, you might find yourself applauding.
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A scene from Ivan Vera Mathiri lacks the simplicity,
depth and magic of Director M Saravanan's last film Engeyum
Eppodhum, writes S Saraswathi. Click Here To Read Complete
Trust Saravanan to bring you a gripping thriller, and he
delivers bang on target. After the phenomenal success of
Engeyum Eppodhum, the director is here with action and
romance, seasoned with comedy, in Ivan Vera Mathiri.
The film opens with visuals of violence unleashed on some
students in a law college (with policemen remaining mute
spectators), a not-so-subtle reference to the incidents that
occurred in a Chennai law college in 2008. Read Complete