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3.0 out of 5 | Political Comedy | U |  2 hrs 04 mins |   22 Feb 2019
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LKG is a Tamil political comedy directed by Prabhu.RJ Balaji, Priya Anand, Nanjil Sampath in the lead roles.RJ Balaji plays a politician named Lalgudi Karuppaiah Gandhi with a tag to his name called Puratchi Selvan.

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Cast and Crew:

Directed by: Prabhu
Produced by: Dr. Ishari K Ganesh
Screenplay:RJ Balaji
Story by:
Dialogues:Pradeep Ranganathan
Music by:
Leon James
Background Score:
Leon James
Cinematography (DOP):Vidhu Ayyanna
Edited by:Anthony
Production Company:VELS film International
English Subtitles:No    

Average Critic Rating: 3.0 out of 5

3.0 out of 5.0 based on 3 critic reviews.

The Times of India

Reviewed by: | Rating: 3.5 out of 5

LKG is mostly a satisfying political satire and inarguably the best among the recent crop of political films. Its success lies in how efficiently it manages to strike a balance between idealism and cynicism, and reflects the attitude of the common man towards politics. It manages to achieve this thanks to the characterisation of its protagonist, LKG. He is not in politics for the people, but for himself. In an early scene, he is seen worshipping Amaidhipadai Sathyaraj, Mudhalvan Raghuvaran and Vijay Mallaya. He is street-smart (his costume is a black shirt and a saffron veshti!) and ambitious. In the early scenes, we see how this under-30 guy has managed to become a councilor. He understands that people buy it when a person sells them idealism. Read full review

India Today

Reviewed by: | Rating: 3.0 out of 5

LKG is based on what trends on social media and it is full of easter eggs. From Vijay fans to PM Narendra Modi, everyone is trolled and that makes LKG successful. But the film is not just made up of these easter eggs. There's a story too... a convincing one. Lalgudi Karupiah Gandhi is a 29-year-old councillor, who is witty and street-smart. He is popular in his ward and belongs to the ruling party. Even a recommendation letter from the Chief Minister's office demanding a seat is just tossed away by a popular school in his area, but LKG makes the principal allot him five seats. He is not all that powerful but knows the tricks of the trade. Read full review

Hindustan Times

Reviewed by: | Rating: 3.0 out of 5

Even if you’ve even passively followed the state of politics in Tamil Nadu during the last two years, you know enough to laugh at the mockery of the system. This has had an adverse effect on the attitude of general public towards politics and even voting for that matter. RJ Balaji’s LKG, which is a very topical political satire-cum-drama, asks all the important questions and hits all the rights spots while serving as an eye-opener to truly understand politics and the real power of voting. Read full review

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