Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum Tamil Movie Review Ratings & 1st Box Office Collection

The much awaited Nalan Kumarasamy directorial ‘KaKaKaPo’ is finally here in theatres Worldwide. Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum is a cult romantic film releasing this Friday in theatres.

Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum is a Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by Nalan Kumarasamy. Produced by C. V. Kumar under Thirukumaran Entertainment banner it features Vijay Sethupathi, Madonna Sebastian & Samudrakani in the lead roles.

Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum Tamil Movie Review Ratings & 1st Box Office Collection

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Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum is an official remake of the South Korean film My Dear Desperado, and follows the love story of two people who are poles apart.

Yazhini is a simple yet beautiful girl who has come to the city to get into the IT industry. Kathir shares a totally contrasting background. What happens when these two met and what happens theareafter forms a romantic comedy drama.

“Premam” (2015) fame actress Madonna Sebastian is playing lead actress role in the flick opposite hot and handsome “Vijay Sethupathi”.

The viewers have much expectations from the South Indian actress after her power packed performance in ‎Premam‬.‬ All the casts have done a commendable job. The most versatile actor of Tamil cinema has once again presented an out and out entertainer.

The film has received positive reviews and response from everyone till now. ‎Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum‬ is a beautiful love story that can be enjoyed with whole family on big screens.

Another blockbuster is here from the team that brought us the blockbuster “Soodhu Kavvum”. Its big release in 350 + screens promises a good collection in its 1st day over the box-office.

Santosh Narayanan has scored the music for this off the road hilarious romantic comedy and is one of the positive point of the flick.

Good pre-release buzz for the film, high expectations among movie goers and being tax free proved boon for the flick and helped it to get grand opening over the box-office.