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Times of India
Aaryananda (Srinivasan) and Suryananda (Vishnupriyan), who aspire to enter the film industry, put a pair of smugglers behind bars. Surya is approached by the rich Chandralekha (Kovai Sarala) to spy on her flirtatious husband Kamalasekaran (Gangai Amaren). Meanwhile, the smugglers' boss plans to kidnap Aarya's girlfriend to teach the duo a lesson.
Rama Narayanan's isn't known for the subtlety in his films and while most have been bearable, this one is painful to sit through. The film feels like a bunch of arbitrary scenes strung together with a slender plot that is just an excuse to show us the antics of Power Star Srinivasan. Sadly, unlike last week's
Summa Nachunu Irukku
, this one doesn't know what to do with him and what we are left with is crassness in the name of comedy. That a director of 125 films isn't confident of his material and actors, and feels compelled to present us an added 'attraction' in the form of T Rajendar and Mumaith Khan gyrating to a needless item number is all you need to know about the quality of the film. But even this is forgivable compared to the horror of watching Kovai Sarala and Gangai Amaren attempting to do a Marilyn Monroe and Michael Jackson.