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Jada
2D

Jada

06 Dec, 2019
2 hrs 12 mins
70%
1,837 votes
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Jada revolves around a local football player, who is talented enough to reach the international level but is kept back by his financial situation. This sports drama is an inspiring story about breaking barriers.
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Kathir does justice to his role while Yogi Babu`s one-liners do not entertain. Kishore, in a small role, does well and makes his presence felt. The female lead appears in just one scene in the latter half only to ask the hero where he is and that she has been missing his presence. ...Read full review
Kathir who has been choosing good scripts has landed in a wrong project with Jada. He has done justice to his role and performed earnesty but the script lets him down. There is no scope for him to perform even in the so-called emotional scenes. Yogi Babu`s comedy tests our patience, the rest of the actors also failed to score. ...Read full review
Kathir has great potential, that is the best take away out of Jada. His acting is very natural and leaves behind traces of the talented VS. With a good physique and sense of humor, he has a long way to go and hope he chooses only the best of scripts. Yogi babu has become a mandatory checkbox for any movie to tick. Of course he showed immense potential and was treated like the comedian we wanted, but sadly his one liners, body language and co-actor bashing seems to have become too monotonous. ...Read full review
The film has been made without a proper script, as there are logical goof-ups, and the ending is compromised. Like in so many other youth films, there are plenty of scenes extolling the virtues of friendship via drinking scenes. A love angle is thrown in just for the sake of having a heroine and a song. Why is it mandatory to have a heroine figure in every Tamil film, even if there`s little to do for her? It would be interesting to note that one of the biggest hits of the year, Kaithi, did not have any love interest for the hero. The heroine (Roshini Prakash) here has virtually one scene and disappears in the second half, other than a phone call post interval. ...Read full review