Chennai, Apr 5 (): The success of Sivakarthikeyan’s Maan Karate is the latest expectation doing rounds in the Tamil Nadu trade circuits as Sivakarthikeyan is in the verge of attaining a hat-trick through Maan Karate’s box-office success.
Sivakarthikeyan has given back-to-back successful films from the day he started his film career. The actor started his career with 2012 movie “Marina”. The movie made a remarkable record at the box office. Then, he has done three films – “Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga”, “Ethir Neechal” and “Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam”.
All the films had performed very well and had made good collections at the box office, especially “Ethir Neechal” and “Varuthapadatha Vaalibar Sangam” were super hit movies in his account. Giving another super hit through his next film “Maan Karate” will surely add a lot of credit to his kitty.
Released on April 4 around 650 screens worldwide, “Maan Karate” is a romantic, fantasy entertainer that has all commercial elements. Directed by new director Thirukumaran, the movie has Sivakarthikeyan playing Royapuram Peter, a boy from North Madras. Hansika plays the role of Yazhini, while “Thuppakki” fame Vidyut Jamwal, comedian Sathish, Vamsi Krishna and Soori appear in essential roles.
The story of the film is based on boxing. So, lot of stunts can be seen in the film between Sivakarthikeyan and Vamsi, who plays the villain role.
Reviews of Maan Karate are appreciable. Critics have mainly appreciated the performance of Sivakarthikeyan in the film. Sukumar’s camera excellency and Anirudh’s background scores also have been appreciated by many top film critics.
The negative aspect of the film is even though the first half is full of fun filled incidences, the second half is easily predictable. They say after making use of AR Murugadoss’ story, Thirukumaran could have worked harder on the screenplay to bring out a convincing product.
Seeing the response of the movie, latest reports say the advance booking for the first weekend are overwhelmingly awesome in several theatres, which must ensure good occupancy for the first three days.