EVANUKKU ENGEYO MATCHAM IRUKKU MOVIE REVIEW
Faultfinder’s Rating: 2.5/5
Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku Movie Synopsis: Two men who work in a drug store moonlight as little time looters and amid one of their break-ins, they leave with ₹5 lakh each. Also, soon, the cops, criminals and an interminably horny NRI lady are after them…
Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku Movie Review: Like ‘Hara Mahadevaki’ and ‘Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu’, ‘Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku’ is an audacious about being a shameless grown-up satire. The grown-up some portion of it, as in the other two movies, is hazardous… Not out of lost ideas of ethical quality (which is the thing that a great many people may feel) but since of the messy composition. The executive, AR Mukesh, appears to trust that skin appear and horny female characters are independent from anyone else will result in a grown-up satire. Truth be told, a great part of the primary half is thusly. We get the tale of Hari (Vemal) and Giri (Singampuli), collaborators at a drug store who moonlight as burglars. Their usual methodology is really fascinating – they don’t take cash however just littler things, similar to baby powders, soap boxes and mosquito bats, which they later move for a little sum. This keeps them out of inconvenience from the cops.
We get their backstories… Giri’s better half has fled with another man; Hari, who filled in as a server in a London bar, had fled from the nation following lewd behavior from an unquenchable, horny lady (Miya Rai Leone, who, clearly, is identified with Sunny Leone). Also, one night, the two, unbeknownst to alternate, cross their own lines by taking money. They figure out how to escape, yet soon, inconvenience starts.
What’s more, this is the point at which the film hints at being a satire, of the foolish kind that Sundar C is well known for. A cop (Mansoor Ali Khan) to whom the cash has a place sends his subordinate (Poorna) to get them; a nearby hoodlum (Anandraj) is after a prescription box that contains drugs; the group of Hari’s sweetheart, Surekha (Ashna Zaveri) needs to kill him for laying down with their little girl; and the British lady from London needs Hari back!
Mukesh doesn’t completely misuse this commence for constant giggles, however there are many ones that are extremely amusing. Dissimilar to a languid exertion like ‘Hara Mahadevaki’, which left it to its performing artists and never attempts to be clever, this furnishes its on-screen characters with material that they can work with. What’s more, performers like Anandraj (who makes even unsurprising lines clever), Singampuli (not grinding for a change) and Vemal (who is amusement enough to understand that the film’s depiction of him as a stud is satire in itself) snatch this chance and make this film tolerable.