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Oru Oorla Rendu Raja (OORR) is directed by R. Kannan of Settai fame and is jointly produced by S. Michael Rayappan, M. Sheraphin Xavier and the director himself. As the name suggests, OORR is about two men who are good at heart. Surprisingly, the second raja (Soori) manages to steal the show and one might feel that more attention has been given to Soori rather than Vimal while watching this film.
Priya Anand who plays the female lead has carried the movie all along with her brilliant performance and scintillating screen presence. She in fact is one of the few plus points the movie can boast of. Another plus point is Imman's music which will make you to hum his songs even after getting out of the cinema hall. His song 'Mazhakaatha' gets a special mention and is sure to enter your phone's playlist.
Nasser excels in his role as a Villain while Anupama Kumar who plays his wife doesn't appear convincing enough.
The two protagonists travel aimlessly in a train when they meet a beautiful young woman (Priya Anand) who has much more purpose in her life. As expected Vimal falls in love with her, post which her story is told in a flashback. Vishaka Singh's cameo has a vital importance in this segment that sets up the story well.
The movie also surprises its audience with an insertion of a social interest factor that has worked well. The movie however, becomes predictable with sequences such as villain chasing the protagonist and his team, a segment of melodrama which has been overdone and a positive finish at the end.
The entire movie is carried by Priya Anand with her performance and Soori with his comedy tracks. Vimal enjoys spotlight only in songs. The movie has a 'social interest factor' which helps the pace but gets predictable at the end which plays spoilsport.