Enakku innoru per irukku movie review

Staring : GV Prakash, Anandhi

Director : Sam Anton

Music : G. V. Prakash Kumar

Production : A. Subashkaran

Following a decent reception of their debut film, both director Sam Anton and music director-actor GV Prakash are coming together again for this ‘Enakku Innoru Per Irukku’, which features Anandhi in female lead teaming up with GV Prakash for the second time after ‘Trisha illana Nayantara’. The film also features some prominent actors like Saravanan, VTV Ganesh, Naan Kadavul Rajendran, Nirosha, Charlie and many others, which is produced by Lyca Productions.


The film is set against the backdrops of Royapuram, an area ruled by a reigning don (Saravanan), who is known as ‘Naina’, which is a title of prestige. Now as the don feels that he is getting aged and a good successor must get hold this position, he insists his henchman to find someone, who will marry his daughter (Anandhi) and indeed take care of the entire area as protector. As a mistaken identity, Johnny (GV Prakash), a chap with cowardly nature and blood phobia is pulled into the picture and rest is a fun followed by some unexpected incidents.


When you hear this story in a single or couple of lines, it would really engross you with some expectations. This is more similar to the situation where Sivakarthikeyan as Royapuram Peter, a good for nothing guy who turns to become a reigning boxer on the spur of moment. Sam Anton tries to get us settled with the premise of this story with the narration of Naan Kadavul Rajendran through voiceover and animation during the title credits. But for the next couple of hours, the writing gets flimsier as there are hardly any gripping moments and for the whole movie, we get to see that Sam Anton has penned the screenplay only based on the references of Kabali, Vedalam, Rajinikanth, Ajith Kumar, Vijay, Premam, Baahubali and so on. It’s almost like a spoof and it works out in certain places, but the place where the protagonist has to bash down the baddie in a too critical situation of his wife being kidnapped, we get to see him on the Dub mash of Ajith Kumar’s dialogue in Vedalam. This is something unwanted and it shows that how desperately the makers have looked up for applause in the theatres and instead it should have been something more based on the strength of hero.


Musical score by GV Prakash isn’t really engrossing for the songs nowhere impress and even the placements except the first track are misplacement alone. Cinematography is worthy of appreciations as almost all the scenes have been greatly shot. The colourful visuals of Myma and the final fight sequence is stunningly shot.


GV Prakash has to now come out of the ‘Trisha illana Nayantara’ fever as he continues to bring the same impact including the ‘Double Entendres’ and ‘Adult’ based dialogues.


Verdict: Very plain script that turns mediocre with directionless screenplay.

Rating: 2/5

Verdict : Very plain script that turns mediocre with directionless screenplay