Kadaram Kondan Movie Review: Chiyaan Vikram’s Film Is a Well-Made Action Entertainer, Say Critics and Fans
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From the posters to the teaser and then the trailer, Chiyaan Vikram in Kadaram Kondan left us all impressed. Th shootouts, chase sequence and much more stylish action scenes in the trailer, was enough to make one understand that it is going to be an action entertainer. Produced under the banner of Raaj Kamal Films International, Kadaram Kondan released on July 19, and critics have labelled it is a well-made action entertainer. Kadaram Kondan Trailer: Chiyaan Vikram's Rugged Look and Stellar Action are the Highlight (Watch Video).

Not just critics, but even fans who have managed to catch first day first show of Kadaram Kondan have given it a thumbs up. Directed by Thoongavanam fame Rajesh M Selva, this Tamil movie has not left anyone disappointed. For those unaware, Kadaram Kondan is a remake of the French film Point Blank that released in 2010. Let’s take a look at what fans and critics have said about this flick. Kadaram Kondan Teaser: Chiyaan Vikram Looks Damn Stylish in This Kamal Haasan Production – Watch Video.

Times of India – 3/5 stars

The action scenes make Kadaram Kondan a visceral experience, even though Rajesh Selva’s filmmaking falls short on flair. As long as we get a chase or a shootout, the film feels thrilling enough. It is only in the quieter moments, like the initial scenes that set up the story, that get us restless. Thankfully, Ghibran’s energetic wall-to-wall score lends the film momentum. And Vikram ensures that we don’t leave disappointed.

Sify Movies – 3.5/5 stars

Overall, Kadaram Kondan is a stylish action thriller which justifies the genre mainly because of the top-notch technicalities, earnest performances of the young pair (Abi and Akshara) and of course, our macho man Vikram. Go watch it, you won’t be disappointed.

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Kadaram Kondan also features Akshara Haasan, Abi Hassan and Lena in key roles. The Telugu-dubbed version, which also released today, is titled as Mr. KK. The film’s music has been composed by Ghibran.