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Enakku Innoru Per Iruku Movie Review

Review Overview

Performances
Screenplay and Direction
Technical Aspects and BGM
Fun Factor

Highly Entertaining!

Enakku Innoru Per Irukku is a rollicking comedy drama, complimented by a crowd-pulling support cast and enjoyable pop-culture references that galore from start to end.

Cast: GV Prakash Kumar, Anandhi, Karunas, VTV Ganesh, Motta Rajendran, Yogi Babu & others

Cinematography: Krishnan Vasanth

Music: GV Prakash Kumar

Editing: Anthony L Ruben

Stunts: Dhilip Subbarayan

Art Direction: Umesh J Kumar

Written & Directed by: Sam Anton

Produced by: Lyca Productions

Release Date: 17-06-2016

Run Time: 02:10:10

Enakku Innoru Per Irukku is a rollicking comedy drama, complimented by a crowd-pulling support cast and enjoyable pop-culture references that galore from start to end.

GV Prakash’s major strength is the clear-cut understanding of his acting potential, which helps in letting the support cast rule the roost on screen. He taking a backseat and allowing others to steal the limelight in a film that is replete with interesting characters is welcoming.

Director Sam Anton has come up with a simple plot. It’s the hilarious story-telling that keeps the show running. Set in the backdrop of Royapuram, the story revolves around the competition for the all-important, prestigious seat of Naina, a renowned gangster who once ruled the area. How Johnny (GV Prakash), who fears the very sight of blood, takes over the position of Naina amidst bloodshed is narrated through funnily written roles, delightful wisecracks and a straight-forward story.

The first half of the film is smartly packaged by Editor Anthony Ruben, who swiftly shifts proceedings from comical to romantic to serious moods. Karunas as the last survivor of Kakatiya Dynasty brings the roof down by mouthing lines from Kiliki language. Yogi Babu, Lollu Sabha Manohar and Swaminathan form a witty cast and they deliver as promised.

When things go monotonous in the second half, it is bolstered by the extended-cameos of Motta Rajendran and VTV Ganesh. Also, watch out for the surprising climax appearances of two popular actors who are long-known for their villainous roles. Charlie does justice to his role and needs a special mention for carrying it effectively and earning a space for himself in a massive supporting cast.

The re-recording of GV Prakash, which majorly thrives on famous themes and scores from popular star films, is utilized powerfully and gels with the characters really well.

Director Sam Anton seems to know the pulse of youngsters and never manages to miss an opportunity when it comes to playing to the gallery. His screenplay nicely weaves unabashedly humorous situations and propels the story forward.

Enakku Innoru Per Iruku Movie Review Rating: 3/5

Written by Surendhar MK

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