Neeya 2: This pretend sequel has no bite

‘One of the two funny priests in this film talks at length about how it’s futile to understand vidhi, and how it can only be experienced. It’s probably a bit like this film itself. No matter how much I write about it, you won’t truly understand till you experience it.’

Charlie Chaplin 2: A comedy late by about a couple of decades

“Homosexual men have traditionally been portrayed in our cinema as libidinous creatures who make unsophisticated advances on others, and it continues in this film. And this ‘avanaa nee’ brand of comedy is not funny at all, no sir.”

CS Amudhan: We are not trolls

“I find people using words like ‘bangam’, troll, and ‘kalaai’ in talking about this film. Some seem to believe that the film is just a collection of memes. I reject such conclusions. Our objective is to make people laugh, and to that effect, we are picking well-known moments from Tamil cinema mainly. It’s not about targetting a few actors.”

Insidious 4: The last sequel, hopefully

“There’s even a bit of melodrama as a character’s mother steps in to save the day, much like Molly Weasley at the end of Harry Potter: “Not my daughter, you b****!”