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Oru Naal Koothu Plot:
Oru Naal Koothu is a light-hearted entertainer that talks about the dilemma that springs up when it comes to marriage. What works in favour of the movie is that it targets contemporary youngsters.
Dinesh and Nivetha Pethuraj play IT professionals and are in love with each other. What keeps Dinesh from tying the knot with his girlfriend is his family. He aspires to secure his family's future before starting his own.
Riythvika, a 28-year-old RJ, is finding it difficult to find a suitable groom and her elder brother, played by Karunakaran, wants to marry off his sister before starting his own marriage life.
Mia George's father on the other hand, wants to marry his daughter off to a wealthy person. Narrated from 3 different perspectives, Oru Naal Koothu is about what happens in the lives of these mentioned characters at the time of their respective weddings.
One of the biggest strengths of this movie is its lead actors and their performances. While Dinesh and Mia George put up believable acts, Nivetha Pethuraj, who was recently crowned Miss India-UAE, makes a decent debut, which might earn her few more projects.
Riythvika consolidates her Madras act by coming up with yet another commendable performance. Karunakaran too, is impressive in the limited screen space.
Bala Saravanan, who comes across as Dinesh's buddy and Ramesh Thilak, who plays an RJ, have failed to evoke laughter at regular intervals.
Justin Prabhakaran's music stands out in the technical department. Both his songs and background score play a huge role in enhancing the overall feel.
While Gokul's cinematography adds solidity to the film, editor VJ Sabu Joseph could've shortened the movie's length, especially in the second half.
Screenplay by Nelson is quite enjoyable as the movie manages to keep you interested till the very end.
Oru Naal Koothu is a refreshing take on contemporary marriage, which most of us will relate to.