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EnthiranAfter countless weeks of seclusion in his laboratory, the brilliant Dr. Vaseegaran emerges with his latest invention: Chitti, an android created in his own image. But then Chitti falls in love with Dr. Vaseegaran's bride-to-be.
Actors of "Enthiran"
Characters of "Enthiran"
Directors of "Enthiran"S. Shankar
Creators of "Enthiran"Madhan KarkyS. Shankar
Critic Reviews of "Enthiran"Hollywood ReporterApril 20, 2015
Shankar has been working on getting this film made for the past decade, and he clearly is so thrilled to get Robot into theaters that his enthusiasm is infectious. Filmgoers with a taste for the absurd will be richly rewarded.VarietyOctober 10, 2010
Endhiran -- The Robot provides maximum bang for its reported $34 million budget with a sensationally overstated and overwhelming mash-up of American-style, f/x-driven sci-fi spectacle and exuberant Bollywood-style songs, dance and romance.Orlando SentinelOctober 08, 2010
A melodramatic kitschy Indian musical about a robot built for national defense but who discovers his human side.Hindustan TimesApril 20, 2015
Leave aside jokes running on the Internet. This film, just a few feet too long, is fine entertainment by itself.Hindustan TimesApril 20, 2015
Not quite happy with the message that the movie was trying to drive, the script entrusts Rajnikanth with a courtroom appearance, where he delivers a sermon on how science can be used and misused.sbs.com.auApril 20, 2015
Imagine the worst bits of Alex Proyas' I, Robot and Robert Greenwald's Xanadu, cobbled together with a dash of Shaw's Pygmalion, and you get some grim picture as to what S. Shankar's grating extravaganza Robot has to offer.Cinema CrazedOctober 28, 2011
Far too creative and imaginative to be passed over by discriminatory viewers turned off by the massive musical numbers.Digital RetributionMarch 22, 2011
Imagine the worst bits of Alex Proyas' I, Robot (2004) and Robert Greenwald's Xanadu (1980), cobbled together with a dash of Shaw's Pygmalion, and you get some grim picture as to what S. Shankar's grating extravaganza Robot has to offer.Austin ChronicleFebruary 25, 2011
Good, bad, and weird in equal amounts, it's the best apocalyptic sci-fi-romcom-melodrama-dance-off date movie of the year.
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