Times Of India

One of the positives of Uru, which has a few edge-of-the-seat moments, is its doing away with the done-to-death portrayal of ghosts and the clichéd flashback associated with them. Though the film starts as a laid-back attempt, it gets interesting as the story unfolds, with plenty of twists and turns in the last 30 minutes which are enough to keep viewers hooked.(read full review)

Behindwoods

Vicky Anand’s idea and screenplay treatment are very new, raw and bold, but with a more effective execution and clarity, Uru would have turned out be one of a great classic thrillers in Tamil cinema. Overall Uru is a dark and bold film, that could have been more compelling and crisp.(read full review)

Indiaglitz

‘Uru’ is an appreciably different horror thriller with good performances, music and camera. It would have been much better if the film had enough interesting elements to keep the audience engaged throughout.(read full review)

Film Companion

Uru runs a lean 100 minutes, and there are no songs breaking the story. The director hat-tips Tarantino in another way as well: the violence is brutal. In most Tamil films, we smell the fake blood from a mile away, but Kalaiyarasan and Sai Dhanshika, here, really seem to be in danger. Overall a pretty entertaining thriller that asks us to make up our own minds.(read full review)

Movie Crow

The first half of the movie, one must say, is quite commendable and the team has delivered a neat show. The second Half of the movie, the twists are decipherable and the inability of the script to hold us tight is evident with the way it has been treated. Overall an explosive material that is detonated before the explosion.(read full review)

Deccan Chronicle

Uru is a hardcore horror thriller that keeps the audiences on the edge of their seats with its suspense elements intact. There are no unwarranted songs, no action scenes and no boring humor for the sake of it. Overall Uru is a different take on a psychological thriller and is a bold attempt from a new-age director, which is worth your time!(read full review)

Sify

Prasanna S Kumar’s cinematographer is a big plus for Uru, he has provided stunning visuals for a horror thriller even with minimal lighting. Johan Shevanesh’s music and Sivakumar’s sound design also given the much needed eerie feel to the film. Overall Uru is a brave attempt by director Vicky Anand and if you are a fan of thriller movies with twists and turns, give it a chance!(read full review)

Studio Flicks

URU’ has its best moments as mentioned above, but it the duration was trimmed by keeping the raciness persisted through the show, it would have definitely been a top-notch psychological thriller keeping us edge-seated. Eventually, the climax touch by Vicky Anand might click well with the multiplex audiences, but doubtful with single screen movie goers.(read full review)

Cine Ulagam

டெக்னிக்கலாக படத்தில் எந்த குறையும் சொல்ல முடியாது, பிரசன்னாவின் ஒளிப்பதிவும், ஜோஹனின் பின்னணி இசையும் மிரட்டல். பின்னணி இசை, பட இடங்களில் நம்மை அச்சத்தில் உறைய வைக்கின்றது. கிளைமேக்ஸ் இன்னும் கொஞ்சம் எல்லோருக்கும் புரியும் படி கூறியிருக்கலாம். மொத்தத்தில் உரு அச்சத்தில் உறைய வைக்கும், கண்டிப்பாக பார்க்கலாம்.(read full review)

Cinema Vikatan

முதல் பாதியில் திகிலாக சீட் நுனியிலேயே உட்கார வைக்கும் அறிமுக இயக்குநர் விக்கி ஆனந்தின் ‘உரு’ இரண்டாம் பாதியில் தொய்வடைந்து தலையைச் சுற்றி மூக்கைத் தொடுகிறது. படத்தின் இரண்டு முக்கிய திருப்பங்களில் ஒன்றை எளிதாகக் கணித்துவிடலாம், இன்னொரு திருப்பம் க்ளைமாக்ஸ் வரை நீடித்திருந்தாலும் சுவாரஸ்யமாக இல்லாததால் மிக சாதாரணமாக முடிந்து விடுகிறது.(read full review)

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