Sasikumar, the multi-talented personality in the South Indian Film Industry is known for enacting village oriented roles, and his new outing Kidaariwhich reached the theaters on September 02, 2016 is also following the same route. This action-drama directed by Prasad Murugeshan showcases the actor in a very dominant role and is now receiving positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.

Stellar performance from the lead cast

The movie belongs to Sasikumar, and it is he who lead the show from the front. He has enacted a character called Kidari who is daring in all manner.

Nikhila Vimal who has enacted the role of Lady lead too has portrayed some scintillating action. The supporting star cast too has done their roles with finesse which makes his film a one time watch.

Crisp narration

Even though the narrative in this movie is raw, it is the engaging and invigorating way of story telling which hooks the audiences in the theater seats. Right from the beginning, the director was in full control of the proceedings, and he was well aware what he is doing.

The only let down of this feature is its dialogues.

Some of the liners may negatively impact the family viewers due to its sleazy contents.

There are some unwanted scenes in the second half, and if the director has paid some attention there, then this outing would have emerged as a must watch.

Mind blowing background music

Darbuka Siva who has composed the songs of the movie has done an excellent job.

His BGM was earth shattering, and it has played a crucial role in determining the success of this picture. The beats which are being used during Sasikumar's introduction scene will give you Goosebumps for sure.

How will 'Kidaari' perform at the box-office?

This Prasath directorial is locking horns with Manikandan'sKuttrame Thandanai in the Kollywood box-office.

Considering the offbeat nature of Manikandan flick, this flick will emerge as a safe bet for the producer. If everything goes well, the film will collect more than 07 Crores INR from Tamil Nadu by the end of this weekend.