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Imaikkaa Nodigal

Imaikkaa Nodigal

30 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 50 mins
48,293 votes
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A suave CBI officer (Nayanthara), is in search of a serial killer who kidnaps and kills the children of important people. The killer, however, is targeting his nemesis next.
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Verdict: This psycho-thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. Imaikkaa Nodigal is R. Ajay Gnanamuthu’s second outing as a director. Produced by C J Jayakumar under the banner Cameo Films India, the film showcases a cat and mouse game between a CBI Officer portrayed by Nayanthara and a serial killer. The movie stars one Bollywood’s most multi-talented directors Anurag Kashyap as the ant... ...Read full review
The arc of Anurags Rudra rises to a crescendo and ends on such a spectacular note that the films flaws are washed away in its wake. Add to it Nayantharas performance, films efficient background score and intelligent camera work and Imaikkaa Nodigal makes for a great watch. ...Read full review
Fifteen minutes into Ajay Gnanamuthus Imaikka Nodigal, which features Nayanthara in the role of a CBI officer, a body is chopped into pieces and stuffed into a suitcase. In one of his most memorable onscreen avatars in his short acting filmography, Anurag Kashyap, as the films antagonist, is a delight to watch, making us grovel in our seats as he goes around on a killing spree. With this kind of setup to kick off proceedings, the first half hour of the film is really impressive. Just when you think nothing can go wrong, the story takes a needless romantic detour in what could conveniently be described as a commercial compromise. ...Read full review
Imaikka Nodigal is another film which joins the bandwagon of thriller flicks released in Kollywood in the recent times. But it isn`t just another attempt, as it has its own moments, thrills, suspense, action and emotions. Though the movie is only 10 minutes less then three hours, the plot kicks off right from the word go. ...Read full review
Ajay Gnanamuthu who has given us Demonte Colony has lagged a bit in Imaikkaa Nodigal screenplay. The Atharvaa- Rashi Khanna love portion comes off as a big dent in an otherwise taut screenplay. Nayantharas thinking process as a CBI officer could have been amped up a further to be a lot more convincing. She comes face to face with the killer but lets him walk free and also submits to all his demands as well. These things make us go scratching our heads. ...Read full review