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This is a movie that would probably mark the slow decline to mediocrity of a good director-Kamal. I will try not to be too critical and won't use caustic words like the ones used in certain reviews. But the movie is pointless to the point of being a big bore.
The movie's main weak points: 1)A slow script 2)A plastered up Dileep. There is probably 1 Kg of make up on his face. 3)'Zero" research having been undertaken by the movie crew on autism....which is the focal point of the movie. 4)Whoever acted as Diya, looks ridiculous...and so does the last stretch of the movie.
I would rate it a below avge movie...
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