Friday 17 June 2016
Enakku Innoru Per Irukku
GV Prakash, Anandhi, Saravanan, Yogi Babu, Karunas, VTV Ganesh, Rajendran
Enakku Innoru Per Irukku (EIPI) is a superbly packaged rollicking entertainer with captivating characters and situations which are aimed at masses. Director Sam Anton has written EIPI more like an energetic animation film with minimum logic and maximum fun.
The entire Royapuram area is under the control of Naina (Saravanan) but the way he attained power has earned him the enmity of Durai, who silently plans to murder him. When Naina witnesses the first attack from Durai, he fears for his people and asks his guys to find out an intrepid youngster as his successor who should also marry his daughter Hema (Anandhi).
Meanwhile, there is this timid guy Johnny (GV Prakash) who has blood phobia and faints at the sight of blood, but is mistaken as a fearless youngster by Naina's gang. They recommend him as the successor to their leader. For Johnny, it's a double delight as he is already in love with Hema and is looking for the right time to propose to his lady love.
On the grand wedding day, Durai knocks down all the important allies of Naina and attains the powerful throne. The rest of the film is all about how Johnny overcomes his fear to become the next Naina!
What really works in favour of EIPI is the packaging and entertaining characters, who often utter spoof dialogues from all the recent hit films including Theri, Vedalam and Baahubali. Especially the Kiliki language used by Karunas, Naan Kadavul Rajendran as 'Mahabali' Maha and Yogi Babu's regular Thala - Thalapathy references are sure to bring the roof down.
For GV Prakash Kumar, EIPI is easily one of his best performances till date. He convincingly pulls off all the comic scenes, dance sequences and there is the climax stunt with grace. After GV Prakash, Saravanan and Charlie are adequate with their performances whereas comedy battalion including Karunas, Rajendran, VTV Ganesh help big time in maintaining the tempo.
Technically Krishnan Vasant 's visuals are top notch while Ruben' s racy cuts is another big strength of the movie. Hero GV Prakash also shines well in two songs 'Myma'and 'Kannai Nambathey' while his pulsating background score takes the film to a different level.
Overall, EIPI is fresh and is sure to appeal to a wide spectrum of audiences. Book your tickets and order a large popcorn, enjoy this highly entertaining flick on the big screen.
Verdict : Entertaining