Little Superstar Silambarasan's new Tamil movie "Idhu Namma Aalu" hit the theaters all around India on May 27, 2016. The movie premiered in the US on May 26.

The film marks the reunion of Simbu's reunion with his ex-lover Nayanthara. 

If initial reports are accurate, Idhu Namma Aalu had full occupancy in multiplexes for morning shows, The movie has started its course of emerging as a super-hit at the box-office. 

With adequate commercial elements and emotions, director Pandiraj has delivered a much-needed hit to the most talented young actor in Kollywood.

This Pandiraj directorial is a typical love story, and we have witnessed the same kind of story line and umpteen numbers of times in other South Indian flicks. 

But what makes this film different is its treatment.

Pandiraj, the National Award winning director, has measured the movie well.

The audiences will thoroughly enjoy each and every scene of the film, and there will not be even a second of boredom in its proceedings.

Silambarasan is a man with certain charisma, and he has carried this movie on his shoulders. 

The young man excelled in both acting and dancing, and at some moments, he became the ditto of the same character he played in Gautam Vasudev Menon's Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaiya.

Nayanthara is now the most demanded heroines in the industry, and it was sheer pleasure to see her on screen.

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Her chemistry with Silambarasan was mind blowing, and as always, she looked stunning.

Soori and Santhanam handled the comedy department of the flick. Both of them excelled in their respective roles, and they deserve a good round of applause for their effort.

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Silambarasan's younger brother Kuralarasan made his music composing debut through this film. Scores and BGM from this young guy were ordinary, and there is nothing special to boast about.

If you are looking for a colorful entertainer to watch with family, then "INA" will be the best choice for you. 

It is better to stay away if you fall in that intellectual class of viewers who love realistic dramas.