Oru Naal Koothu Critics Review & Star Rating: Pre-Release Audience Response

Oru Naal Koothu Critics Review

Nelson’s latest movie “Oru Naal Koothu” has opened to positive reviews from critics. The Tamil movie was screened for the media on Wednesday, June 8, in Chennai. “Oru Naal Koothu” stars Dinesh, Mia George, Miss India-UAE Nivedha and Ritvika of “Madras” fame in the leads. Karunakaran, Bala Saravanan, Ramesh Thilak, Charlie, Ramdoss and others are in the cast. Justin Prabhakaran has scored the music and three of his songs like “Adiyae Azhagae,” “Yaeli Yaeli,” and “Eppo Varuvaaro” have become hits. The movie has Gokul’s cinematography and VJ Sabu Joseph’s editing.

It is a fun-filled entertainer that details the intriguing incidents during a wedding. The story of “Oru Naal Koothu” is about the confusions of modern-day youths about tying the knot be it an arranged match or love. The Tamil film has been praised by the critics for its lively content and the performances of the lead actors. Their good words are expected to boost its collections at the box office. “Oru Naal Koothu” hits the screens worldwide on Friday, June 10.
Here, we bring you the critics review of the film:

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Prashanth: The BGM and songs of @justintheheaven in #OruNaalKoothu . What an asset to the movie ! He has definitely gone to the next level !

Ramesh: Enjoyed #OruNaalKoothu – A good movie about da problems faced by today’s youth in getting married whether thru love or arranged.. Humorous..

Kaushik (LMK): #OruNaalKoothu – 3 /5..Another film with KB-like female characters with much importance. A topical tale on marriages which all can relate to

#OruNaalKoothu – 3/5.. @nivethapethuraj looks classy, stylish and makes a decent debut. Her IT romance with Dinesh is filled with turbulence

#OruNaalKoothu 1st half – Relatable film on marriages told from 3 different perspectives. Lighthearted mostly. @justintheheaven superb work

Haricharan Pudipeddi: #OruNaalKoothu a very entertaining and relatable film about all the hulabaloo surrounding modern-day weddings. Female leads steal the show.

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