Movie: Enakku Innoru Per Irukku
Direction: Sam Anton
Cast: G V Prakash Kumar, Anandhi
Music: G V Prakash Kumar
Cinematographer: Krishnan Vasant
Genre: Comedy, Action, Romance
What is it about: This film is about a so called Godfather Naina (Saravanan), who after an unfortunate incident decides to find a replacement for him by means of becoming his son in law to rule that area. While he and his men are in search of such a person, they bump in to Johnny (GV Prakash Kumar). What happens next forms the crux of the story directed by “Darling” fame Sam Anton.
Why it’s disappointing: This film is made with an intention to not be in sync with logic or the one which can be counted among the meaningful. It has a straight forward approach to a commercial cinema and please go with an open mind and enjoy the madness on screen along with the characters in the film.
What to watch out for: In spite of the obvious, Sam Anton once again scores right with EIPI. He pretty much knows the pulse of the audience and have pressed the right one to make this one a success. All the ingredients required to cook a commercial pot boiler was present in perfect proportions. And the director prepared a dish which satisfies your comedy needs.
The actors chosen to play the respective characters in the film were perfect and everyone fit the attire like it was tailor made for them.
GV Prakash Kumar, is becoming one of the rising music director turned actor. He may not look the hero, but most definitely has been attracting audiences to the cinema halls. And have been pretty successful at it. His acting skills have been quite improved from TIN and Pencil. He made a decent case as Johnny in the film and in few scenes he does receives major applause and hooting for his MASS COMEDY.
Anandhi, hardly has any scope for acting skills. She does the job required for the screen space given to her.
Saravanan as Naina was good and was well supported by Karunas and Yogi Babu. Their combo was hilarious, they were quite a big chunk of comic factor in the film. That was tastefully laced with VTV Ganesh as Benjamin and Rajendran as Maha. The new find Vijay Vardharaj as Glory, who plays GVP’s friend was a great one, he was damn good and was a perfect wingman to GVP.
The film’s cinematography was good, Krishnan Vasant kept a vibrant tone to match the colourful story. This was well backed with a sharp cut from Ruben. The music of the film by GVP was quite peppy and went well with the film’s mood and pace.
Verdict: Sam Anton, once again scores with the audience dishing a film, which makes you laugh throughout. And when one director achieves that, he’s quite good at what he does. The film was filled with perfect trolls of other Tamil films, which had few landmark scenes. All of them were used with perfect timing, making it enjoyable. Definitely worth a watch, quite a stress buster.