Saithan (2016)

Tamil 2 hrs 4 mins Thriller, Drama
Critics Score
37%
Total Reviews: 11
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: Two disjointed plots and one big failure

Average Critic Rating: (2.45)
Cast: Arundhathi Nair , Vijay Antony
Director: Pradeep Krishnamoorthy
Release Date: 01 Dec 2016

Plot: The film opens with Dinesh (Vijay Antony) and his boss (Y. G. Mahendra) visiting a psychiatrist. Here, Dinesh tells the doctor that he had been listening to a voice for a few days and it has been troubling him. Upon questioning the source of the voice, Dinesh tells that the Read more

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Saithan - All Reviews

Two disjointed plots and one big failure
Krishna Vamsi, Indian Express
The first half of Saithan has a lot of suspense, says S Saraswathi.Debutant director Pradeep Krishnamoorthy’s Saithan (Bhethaludu in Telugu) is a decently made thriller that attempts to delve into the complexities of the human mind transcending the barriers of time.The film features music composer-turned-actor Vijay Antony, whose previous film Pichaikkaran was a huge success, and newcomer Arundathi Nair.Vijay has composed the music for the film, while his wife Fathima Vijay Antony produces the f
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If the script had been more focused without delving into multiple unnecessary tracks, it could have been much more!
Source, PipingHotViews
Saithan terrifies us with a smile.
Source, iflicks
This is an unconventional album from Vijay Antony
Prince, Studio Flicks
If his Pichaikkaran was an old-fashioned masala movie, Vijay Antony'€™s new film, Saithan feels like a new-age masala movie.
M Suganth, The Times of India
There is nothing like a '€˜reveal'€™. We just get what expect.
Mani Prabhu, iFlickz
Saithan is neither scary nor thrilling but haunts you with great disappointment
Sajid, Cinema Glitz
A Psychological thrilling hunt for Jayalakshmi.
Christopher Kanagaraj, Studio Flicks
Saithan justifies the past, holds the present with a neat narration and gripping performance.
MG Vijayan, Only Kollywood
Touted as a psychological thriller, not much of thrill here.
Gautaman Bhaskaran, Hindustan Times