Loosely based on the 1939 British Film, Ask a Police Man Arulnithi's Naalu Policeum Nalla Iruntha Oorum (NPNO) is all about how four police offers ruin a role model village for their personal interests.
Debutant director Ravikumar has made an engaging film which is cleverly written and is a wonderfully executed time travel fantasy thriller. Give it a chance and prepare to be entertained thoroughly.
The film mainly works out because of the well written comic one liners, smart packaging and some unexpected twists and turns towards the climax.
Comedy is serious business and Tamil cinema audiences are always known for welcoming genuine comedy films with open arms. 'India Pakistan' is a pucca commercial comedy entertainer which is tailor made for family audiences
As said earlier, the film belongs to Rajendran as he comes out with his trademark dialogue delivery which is sure to be enjoyed by the masses.
The four boys who grabbed our attention in the poetic Pasanga and well executed Goli Soda have teamed up once again for another wannabe action thriller Vajram.
Shankar is known for the innovative ways in which he tortures characters in his vigilante films. By the end of 'I', however, the audience is likely to feel more tortured than any of the unhappy characters onscreen.
The movie is mostly narrated in flash back by VTV Ganesh to Santhanam who drives him from Ooty to Chennai.
Bala has made the film without a proper script. It looks like the award winning director wanted to make a film with two saleable stars aimed only at the box-office. If the film works at all, it works in bits and sequences featuring the mad hatters Vishal and Arya, who play to the gallery.