After praising Dhanush's Velaiyilla Pattathari, director Shankar has now appreciated Siddharth's film Jigarthanda. The ace filmmaker saw the movie on Saturday (August 2) and had good words about the latest Tamil flick.
The makers of Jigarthanda had organised a special
screening of the movie to director Shankar. The director reportedly
enjoyed the movie and patted the director on his back for his
well-written screenplay and direction. He also praised Siddharth
and other actors for their brilliant performances.
On Twitter page, Shankar wrote, "Jigardhanda
superb,unpredictable,humorously thrilling,new xperience,xellent
performance by all,well written Kalakkal Subbaraj." A few days ago,
he had heaped praises on Velaiyilla Pattathari and wrote, "Saw VIP,
lively movie njoyd evry bit. Dhanushநச்perfrmnce Anirudhமுறுக்music
Vel done Velraj. Fully satsfyng movie 4 audnce aftr a long
Jigarthanda is a gangster-thriller starring Siddharth,
Lakshmi Menon and Bobby Simha in the lead roles. The story revolves
around three main characters played by them. Apart from the
brilliant narration, the film boosts of good background music
composed by Santhosh Narayanan, Gavemic U Ary's cinematography and
Vivek Harshan's editing.
The Tamil movie, which has done good business at the Box Office
in the first weekend, has garnered positive reviews in large from
critics and audience. You can read what leading reviews
have to say about the movie on the slideshow...
Oneindia Review: Jigarthanda is an
out-of-the-box attempt and it should not be missed by Tamil
Sify Review: Jigarthanda is still a
good appetising drink, that you can sip on.
Times Of India Review
TOI Review: Given that Jigarthanda was the
first script that Karthik Subbaraj had written before he
'compromised' and made Pizza (the applause that his name generates
during the title credits show how influential this young director
has become), he should know how a good filmmaker can exploit a
Rediff: Jigarthanda is an engrossing gangster
film with a series of bizarre twists and turns that keeps you
Behindwoods Review: A raw, gritty & imaginative