Targeted at young movie goers, Enakku Innoru Per Irukku has a wafer-thin plot. Set against the backdrop of North Chennai, this movie is an elaboration of Vivek's comedy scene, where he becomes a don in spite of having a peculiar weakness.
GV Prakash is an improved actor and he has pushed himself further in EIPI. His body language, dialogue delivery and even dancing skills have improved, which is a welcome change. Anandhi does not have much to do in this movie, which completely belongs to its supporting actors, played by Karunas, Yogi Babu, 'Mottai' Rajendran and VTV Ganesh.
Overall View: Enakku Innoru Per Irukku houses many blunders. However, it entertains its targeted audience and that's what will save this flick at the box office.
Enakku Innoru Per Irukku (EIPI) is another attempt by GV Prakash (with less adult content though) where he re-establishes his motivation to stay as the demigod of “soup boys” or youngsters who do anything for the pursuit of their love. Directed by Sam Anton, EIPI does not boast of a unique tale or any revelating plot.
Some rush in the process of filmmaking comes across blatantly as continuity errors, dubbing improvisations, lip sync issues which can be spotted in every other frame which eventually challenge the aesthetics of the film.
Verdict: EIPI - Satisfies its youth target group with its type of comedy.