Genre: Comedy * outputs which gives trump results for the efforts.
The viewers whose purpose of watching for a comedy flick, they can observe the comedy track in every portions. The film “Oru Nalla Naal Paathu Solren” dragged the audiences to engage and indulging in place. The story might calibre the audiences, the comedy sequels supercharge everyone in the movie, Vijay Sethupathi and Gautham Karthik plays a vital role and other artist Gayathri, Niharika,Danny, Ramesh Thilak and Rajkumar support towards the film.
Story: The unveiling director Arumuga Kumar screenplay the movie in the place of Yamasingapuram, a concealed village in the forest hills of Andhra, where the audiences can visualize a tribal people and they loot out of the gold and money.
Yaman (Vijay Sethupathi), wants to seize a queen for his place, when he was way to Pondicherry to rob the treasure, Yaman observing a graceful college girl Sowmya (Niharika), and he kidnaps her to his place. Now all of unfolding, the girl Somya’s lover Harish (Gautham Karthik), goes to the village to protect her.
The first half of the film covered with the waggery, which made to engage but, in the second half which is really cramping the movie. Certainly, Vijay Sethupathi, Rajkumar, Danny and Ramesh Thilak performances poises up.
Vijay Sethupathi when he appeared on screen, the guy soporific the audience with his outlook and body language, same the way he sparked out in this movie and Gautham Karthik gets tried out to grab his position. Cinematography of Sree Saravanan made an influence and gives perishing visualization.
Verdict: The story misses out.
Vijay Sethupathi * Yeman
Gautham Karthik * Harish
Niharika Konidela * Somiya
Gayathrie Shankar * Godavari
Viji Chandrasekhar * Yamarosha
Ramesh Thilak * Purushothaman
Daniel Annie Pope * Sathish
Rajkumar * Narasimhan
Directed by * Arumuga Kumar
Produced by * Ganesh Kalimuthu, Ramesh Kalimuthu and Arumuga Kumar
Music by * Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematography * Sree Saravanan
Edited by * R. Govindaraj
PRO * Suresh Chandra & Rekha D’One
by Deepa Vijendra Rao