Miya George is one of the most demanded heroines in Mollywood, and now, she has landed her feet well in Kollywood too.

Oru Naal Koothu, Miya's new Tamil venture reached the theaters in limited numbers on June 10, 2016 and it is getting unanimously favorable reviews from all corners.

Debutant filmmaker Nelson has entered the Tamil Industry with style through this project. The director has moved the film quite well, and there is not even a second of boredom in the overall proceedings.

The one-liner of the story may seem cliched, but crisp making and new screenplay turned this film to an engaging watch.

The Box Office standing of this show which has Attakathi Dinesh in the lead role is not that great. Most of the theaters have an attendance status of 30%, and this will not go in favor of the movie.

But, as positive word of mouth has started pouring about the flick, it can emerge as a sleeper hit in Tamil Nadu theaters.

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The major highlight of this comedy-drama is its pure nature. The basic story can be connected with ordinary people very easily, and eight out of ten persons may have experienced the same kind of incidents in their lives too.

The major crux of the flick is about the hassles people face during the time of conducting marriages.

In the earlier days, marriage was a very simple ceremony which we used to celebrate with our close family members. Now, things have changed, and the wedding is now something which will reflect our social rank.

Many people are spending a whopping sum of money to make the ceremony enjoyable, but in almost all the cases, it may pull us to an unnecessary financial burden.

Through this film, Nelson analyzes this issue in the funniest manner, and he has succeeded in this attempt. With incredible performances from the lead actors, the director has delivered a beautiful movie which we can watch in our evenings.

It has a simple story narrated in the most straightforward manner, and what attracts us is nothing but this simplicity.

The release of Madha Gaja Raja has delayed again.

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