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Irukku Aana Illa is a romantic comedy written and directed by K.M. Saravanan, a close associate of Yugi Sethu. This film features Vivanth, Manisha Shree, Eden and Aadhavan in central roles. Actor Y. G. Mahendran and Raviraj are seen in supporting roles. The film is jointly produced by S. Chelladurai, Sathya Nagaraj, Balamani Jayabalan and Sami P. Venkat under the banner Varam Creations and distributed by RPP Film Factory. Irukku Aana Illa has Shammeer as the music director. Cinematography is handled by Kris A. Chandar and editing is dome by S.P. Ahmed. Background score for the movie is done my Kaarthik Aacharya.
Vivanth essays the role of Venkat who is a frustrated whiny human being. The story starts off with Venkat partying late in the night with his friends. He meets with a brutal accident and is suffering from injuries. He finds out that there is another girl Eden, who plays Divya is severely injured as well. Vivanth desperately tries to save Divya but she passes away. Vivanth later realizes that his house is haunted by the ghost of Divya and tries to get rid of her. But, he fails miserably. He then meets Y.G. Mahendran who plays the role of a doctor and an ardent reader of black magic and ghosts. Y. G. Mahendran helps out Venkat in dealing with the ghost. Will Venkat get rid of Divya? Will Divya harm Venkat? Watch the film in theatres to know the answers.
The lead cast has done a neat job and has delivered a crystal clear performance. Vivanth as a frustrated man and an aspiring youngster has shown variation in his performance. Aadhavan’s comic sense will never fail to tickle our funny bone. Shammeer’s songs has complimented the screenplay. Also, Kaarthik's BGM goes in line with the story. Director Saravanan’s screenplay is definitely worth a mention, but he could have worked on the pace of the movie.
On the whole, Irukku Aana Illa is a breezy rom com laced with some spine chilling moments.