Several movie critics have shown the middle finger to Ajith’s latest crap show Aegan.
Not surprising since Aegan represents one of the low points of the Tamil movie industry.
Here are some excerpts from various reviews of Aegan:
With that saggy little plot and actors who try to flaunt their acting skills with whatever little they can, Aegan proves to be a mind-numbing fare….
….If the movie made you feel like you were watching Raju Sundaramâ€™s goofed-up performance in the movie Jeans, itâ€™s not entirely your fault. He is after all the director and has influenced the entire castâ€™s dialogue delivery and body language reducing them to laughing-stocks.
And if thatâ€™s not enough, the end credit states â€˜Aeganâ€™s mission continuesâ€™. Now, we only wish Raju is not planning for a sequel or some such thing.
Ultimately, Aegan is a vile act of artistic felony that exposes the dark underbelly of rot and glaring incompetence in the Tamil film industry.
An ugly monsterpiece that should never have seen the light ofÂ day, Aegan is the most fatuous piece of crap to emerge out of Kollywood in the 21st century.
The trouble with the film is that it looks like an amateurish attempt by debutant director Raju Sundaram especially the lead towards the climax which is a colossal embarrassment.
Raju Sundaram has sacrificed the human drama, emotions and mild hilarity that made Main Hoo Naa so watchable– trying, instead, to play up to Ajith’s hero-status.
While SearchIndia.com found nothing worthwhile in Aegan and described it as Ultimate Kuppa, some of the other reviewers above had a nice thing or two to say about the movie.