Enakku Innoru Per Irukku (EIPI) movie review and rating is here. Starring GV Prakash Kumar and Anandhi in the lead, EIPI is directed by Sam Anton of Darling fame.
So what does this movie has to offer? Continue reading our review to know.
Enakku Innoru Per Irukku Plot:
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.
Naina, an ageing don, has the entire Royapuram under his control. But Naina is getting old, so the need of the hour is to find a suitable replacement.
GV Prakash, who can't stand the sight of blood, replaces Naina. How does he replace him and what happens thereafter forms the crux of this story.
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.
Special mention goes to Karunas and Yogi Babu, who keep you hooked with their startling one-liners.
Another important performer in this movie is the collection of all other hit movies, surfaced in the last 12-24 months. Yes, references from hit movies are so much, that it is only fair to treat it as another performer.
Apart from Krishnan Vasant's cinematography, the technical aspects of this film could've been so much better, had the team of EIPI concentrated more on facets like dubbing, production values and re-recording.
Editing by Ruben is below par as the film disappoints with issues like continuity errors and so on. GV Prakash's music too, is not upto the mark.
Having said that, director Sam Anton needs to be appreciated for his smart screenplay, which relies completely on its comical values.
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.