in reverse order (best of the worst to worst of the
worst) are the 10 least watchable tamil films of
Jai Akash, who seems to attract bad projects like a
light attracts moths, didn't fit the role of the
rowdy here. The movie wasted a nice twist with an
ineffective screenplay that let chances for a
crowd-pleasing second half go waste.Guru Devuda
The film proved that even a dual role, usually the
recipe for an entertaining film, can be used in
idiotic ways. Logic and the film's quality took a
steep dive after the introduction of the second role
and the expected plot development of the two
switching places. Jai Poor-ya!
One-time A-list director R.v.Udhayakumar made a
comeback with this film, relying on glamour and
vulgarity rather than story or cast. With little
else to offer, Vijay's cousin Vikranth tried to
piggyback solely on the Ilayathalapathy's
This is what you get when you cast uncharismatic
actors in poorly developed characters. The
relationships between the characters were so weak
that the conflicts between them made no impact and
the film ended up using every cliche in the book as
it dragged to a weak ending.Ullakkodumai!
A rip-off that would make anyone associated with the
Hollywood original(The Truth About Cats and Dogs)
kill themselves in horror. Falling in love after
only hearing someone's voice has never seemed
sillier and the lead pair seemed to be made for each
other only in their stupidity. A twist at the end
helped the film end on an unexpected note though.Sodhappal
This film is probably the most complicated love
story ever as we spend our time figuring out what
religion the heroes actually belong to. Eventually
we give up and apparently so did the director since
the climax provides no closure to the multiple
storylines. Not that we cared... Avadhi-ya!
For every good film he acts in, Satyaraj seems
determined to act in atleast 5 bad ones and this one
was the worst of the lot this year. The film let
some potentially interesting conflicts go to waste
with over-the-top characters and exaggerated
situations. Satyaraj was in full over-the-top mode
as the Brahmin cop and to compound our misery,
overacted as the mute villain too.
One would've thought a director working in
Kodambakkam would have a better idea of how people
in the filmworld behave. Guess not! Pranathi neither
looked nor acted like a heroine while Jai Akash
seemed like the automatic choice for playing a wimp.
Ridiculous situations abounded.
Kicha Vayasu 16
When a hero appears in 3 of the year's worst 10
movies, its a pretty good sign that his screening
process is screwed up. But forget Jai Akash.
Simran's presence was the biggest surprise in this
cheap and vulgar film about a student's crush on his
school's headmistress. Rather sad goodbye for the
top actress of most of the last decade. A
Thulluvadho Ilamai-wannabe, the film had no
redeeming qualities. Kicha Mark 0!
In a year filled with lowbrow comedy, this film sunk
the lowest. When a dog urinating on a man's face is
the director's idea of comedy, he can't sink much
lower. To make matters worse, the main track was
aimless and even confusing and the comedy was
irritating. You know the director is confused when
the comedy track becomes mired in sentiments and
ends on a sad note! Imsai Madhavan!