Kadavul Irukan Kumaru is a Tamil comedy movie direction by M Rajesh. The movie has a music director turned actor G.V. Prakash Kumar, Nikki Galrani, Anandhi and R J Balaji in the lead role.
Story In Detailed
Kadavul Irukan Kumaru story is about the Kumar (GV Prakash) sets out on a road trip to Pondicherry along with his friend Balaji (RJ Balaji) for a last bachelor trip, just two days before his wedding with Priya (Nikki Galrani).
The movie switches back to his previous love story with Nancy (Anandhi). Their love story faces a challenge because of Nancy’s father Michael Aasirvadham (MS Bhaskar), who asks Kumaru and his family to convert to Christianity before he would let his daughter marry him.
But he fails to save his love and cannot convince Nancy to go against her father’s will. Later, he moves on with his life.
Now in the present story, while returning from Pondicherry they bring some liquor bottles as it is tax free. But unfortunately, they gets caught by a Police (Prakash Raj) at a checkpoint. Rest of the to be watched on big screen how they escape from the Police and reaches Chennai, what happens to his marriage? Is narrated with the fun filled script.
GVP shows a marked improvement in his dialogue delivery and acting, but wonder why all his directors instead of molding him to suit their characters just allow him to dabble in his ‘TIN’ template.
It’s an M. Rajesh film and the hero and his friends are not shown drinking liquor anywhere.
Verdict : Venture into ‘KIK’ if you are a the Virgin Boy fan and if satisfied with a few laughs here and there.
When you go to the theatre knowing that you are going to watch a Rajesh's film, you tend to carry some expectations thinking that the film would be entertaining and engaging.
The song placements have a major impact on the flow of the movie, and every song seems to be forcibly fitted, especially the Gum Zaare and Iravinil Aattam number, tests our patience.
Verdict: KIK is a templated comedy drama heavily dependent on RJ Balaji.
Just like his previous films, Rajesh has once again opted for a wafer thin storyline and gives more importance only to comic portions. Thanks to RJ Balaji, Prakash Raj, Singam Puli and Robo Shankar, the film is enjoyable because of their funny one liners.
GV Prakash Kumar has successfully repeated his trademark mannerisms and the loser boy Kumaru character is tailor made for him.