Kidari (U)
2 hr 20 mins
Rating: 6.1/10 from 128 users

Director,Writer : Prasath Murugesan
Director of Photography : S. R. Kathir
Original Music Composer : Darbuka Siva
Editor : Praveen Antony

Kidari Film Songs

Singers: Velmurugan
Duration: 4:58 Minutes
Singers: Darbuka Siva
Duration: 2:55 Minutes
Singers: Haricharan
Duration: 4:22 Minutes
Singers: Sanjana kalmanje
Duration: 2:34 Minutes
Singers: Velmurugan
Duration: 3:05 Minutes

Kidari Movie Box Office Collection

Opening Day collection ₹ 1.84 Cr
Opening Weekend Collection ₹ 5.41 Cr
Opening week collection ₹ 9.97 Cr
Overall Domestic Collection ₹ 13.75 Cr
Overall Overseas Collection N/A
Kidari Life Time Total Box Office Collection ₹ 13.75 Cr

Kidari Movie Critic Reviews

Example Of Dog-Eat-Dog World


Kidaari is a fine example of a dog-eat-dog world. The characters that populate the movie are really interesting. Interesting is not an easy word to use in a film like Kidaari. The actors, leading and supporting, are so excellent that it kind of feels like were living in a bad place.Sasikumar has become a master in playing a village man. His long hair, beard, and kadaa (bracelet) add weight to the principal character he plays (Kidaari). The story of Prasath Murugesans directorial debut can be smelled from the trailer itself. The voice-over does a good job in the film, as well.

Published by Others on: 03-09-2016. Originally published here

A Raw and Rustic Revenge - Behindwoods


Though the story might be a familiar one, the screenplay is where the director scores. The movie moves in episodic structure and every episode adds value to the core plot. The non-linear screenplay, coming from a debut director, Prasath Murugesan is very much appreciable and promising.Though the film is raw and rustic, you get to see emotions conveyed in a subtle manner. Scenes involving the lead pair are beautiful and their chemistry works out good. There are typical Sasikumar dialogues, but you do not see even one friendship dialogue in this movie, which is a regularity in Sasikumars films. Kudos to the director for that. The film loses out on its engagement at times due to its slow narration. Had the writing been much stronger, its narration could have worked much better. Being a revenge saga, the movie has many fight sequences, but over a point of time, it gets a little too much, as there is so much violence.

Published by Behindwoods on: 03-09-2016. Originally published here

Kidaari's BottomLine - Moviecrow


Kidari is well made and adequately gripping. Had it reduced some violence and added more meat to the drama it would have scaled still greater heights.

Published by Moviecrow on: 03-09-2016. Originally published here

Gripping Film - Sify

The stories of Kombaiya and Kidaari is enemies has been narrated like episodes, which reminds us of Tarantinos style and after a point of time, all these sub plots water down the core content. Each of these sub-plots are taken brilliantly with style. Especially when we come to know the real culprit behind Kombaiyas attack is in no way related to all these enemies! Debutant director Prasath Murugesan has done his homework well and is a talent to watch out for.

Published by Sify on: 03-09-2016. Originally published here

New Genre Of Aruvaa Christie - The Hindu

Kidaari keeps introducing new characters (their names emblazoned on screen like chapter titles) almost till the end, and none of them are etched as memorably (or movingly) as the ones in Sasikumars last outing, Vetrivel. The revolving-door approach to the cast ensures that none of them get to do much more than show up and leave (or get carried out, in the case of the numerous people reduced to corpses). The heroine (Nikhila Vimal) exists just to cute things up, like in the scene where she creeps up behind Kidaari in order to pinch his bottom and he turns around just when her fingers make contact. (In the next scene, she wears the satisfied smile of a customer whos really, really happy with the goods he is sampled.)

Published by The Hindu on: 02-09-2016. Originally published here

Live Audience Response


1st half - Interesting screenplay pattern. All possible suspects of a crime shown through episodes. Rural violence drama. Gripping.
Interval: Okayish. Usual rural story, with some really good mass scenes. The making and the music are making this watchable.

Published by Others on: 02-09-2016. Originally published here

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Kidaari is an action film directed by Prasath Murugesan, starring Sasikumar and Nikhila Vimal in the leading roles. The film, which is also produced by Sasikumar, features Napoleon in a supporting role and Darbuka Siva as the music composer. Kidari Release Date is 02-09-2016