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Ivan Veramathiri  is a 2013 Indian Tamil romantic thriller film directed by M. Saravanan and produced by UTV Motion Pictures and Thirupathi Brothers. The film stars Vikram Prabhu, Surabhi, Ganesh VenkatramanVamsi Krishna and Hariraj. The background score and soundtrack were composed by C. Sathya. The film was released on December 13, 2013 to mixed reviews from critics.

Ivan Veramathiri opened to mixed to positive reviews by critics. Baradwaj Rangan wrote, “Ivan Vera Maathiri is several notches above your usual action movie. The coincidences are smartly woven in, the location shooting is nicely done, and some of the action, especially a chase down a busy road, is staged quite well. More importantly, the film never loses sight of the personal costs, the collateral damage, that come with vigilantism”. Sify wrote, “Director Saravanan after the brilliant Engeyum Eppothum is not in his elements in the thriller genre, where he wants to show the nexus between the politician and currupt education system. However, he is able to keep the audience spellbound in the last 15 minutes of the film which is electrifying”. The Times of India gave 3 stars out of 5 wrote, “If the screenplay was the strength of Saravanan’s debut Enageyum Eppothum, here, it becomes a weakness as the director’s attempts to make a “different” vigilante film get lost in implausibility, patronizing and sub-par acting. He has the outline of a terrific action movie plot; However, the scenes aren’t particularly interesting beyond a strictly functional level”. Rediff gave 2.5 stars out of 5 and wrote, “Ivan Veramathiri lacks the simplicity, depth and magic of Director M Saravanan’s last film Engeyum Eppodhum“. Behindwoods gave 3 stars out of 5 and wrote, “Ivan Vera Mathiri is likely to leave you satisfied having served its well distributed portions of comedy, romance, action, suspense and all round entertainment”.The New Indian Express wrote, “The film naturally raised high expectations, but turned out to be a disappointing fare. The intriguing screenplay, the gripping narration and the deft character etching of the earlier film, is missing here. And at about 152 minutes of screen time, the film steadily fizzles down to a dreary, predictable scenario”.