'Remo' review: Sivakarthikeyan is the glue which holds the entire movie together

| Friday, October 7, 2016 - 15:05
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'Remo': Movie review and audience response

New Delhi: The much awaited Tamil movie 'Remo' that got an awesome response after its trailer release was finally released on Friday.
The movie features Sivakarthikeyan as 'Remo' in the lead role and Keerthy Suresh who plays the role of a doctor and the love interest of Remo in the movie.
The main plot of the movie revolves around the life of 'Remo' which played is Sivakarthiyekan and his quest win his love. 'Remo' aspires to become an actor like Rajinikanth and in his attempt to search a role in Tamil cinema, he gets an offer from director KS Ravikumar, but for the role of a nurse. Sivakarthiyekan's nurse avatar is the major attraction of the movie. Remo's later life in guise of a nurse forms main crux of the movie. 
Remo seem to have received a good response audience, Sivakarthiyekan is the biggest strength of the movie who holds the movie together with his perfect comic timing. 
‘Remo’ is directed by Bhagyaraj Kannan and produced by RD Raja under his banner 24AM Productions. ‘Remo’ has brought together Academy Award-winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty and ace-cinematographer PC Sreeram.
Here are a few audience response via Twitter:
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