Kamal Haasan's movies kindle the cine-goer's interest no end. They always arrive with a promise of a novel cinematic experience for the audience who are used to having hackneyed stuff shoved down their throats.
'Manmadhan Ambu' is no exception. Produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin and directed by K S Ravikumar, the film has surpassed all the expectations and is declared a blockbuster within just two days of its release.
"In fact it arouses even more interest what with the ace actor penning the story, script, and dialogues for the movie besides essaying a lead role. And it must be said for him that he does not disappoint," says R Balasubramanaiam, who works with a leading software company.
K S Gunasekar, another techie says, "The film turns out to be a marriage of pure craft and commercialism as Kamal's story and screenplay get attractively packaged by its director K S Ravikumar Unlike their previous outings together ('Avvai Shamnugi, Panchathanthiram, Thenali' and 'Dasavatharam'), 'Manmadhan Ambu' refuses to get slotted under one single genre coming as it does with good doses of romance, comedy, action and sentiments."