Directed by Rajesh and bankrolled by Amma Creations, Kadavul Irukaan Kumar is GV Prakash's first U certified entertainer. The film has Nikki Galrani and Anandhi are the leading ladies. RJ Balaji and Prakash Raj also play important roles. The plot revolves around Kumar (GV), who gets engaged to Priya (Nikki) and goes on his bachelor's trip to Pondicherry. Kumar's love affair with Nancy is told in flashbacks. Now, Kumar gets into trouble when his friend Balaji (RJ Balaji) loads bottles of alcohol in his car and obviously gets caught by the police. How Kumar and his friends solve the problem forms the rest of the story.
As director Rajesh, KIK is definitely a stress buster from the current demonetization crisis. The film is a full-fledged comedy entertainer with less room for sentiments and action. And more importantly, both Rajesh and GV Prakash have given us a neat entertainer--quite different from their usual A-rated comedy entertainers.
GV Prakash, as usual, fits the bit perfectly for Rajesh's script while this time Balaji takes Santhanam's shoes.
Both the leading ladies, Nikki Galrani and Anandhi, does their part well and brightens the screen.
Mottai Rajendran's brief cameo is interesting so is Urvashi's TV show. Music by GV Prakash has rightly complimented Sakthi Saravanan's camera works.
A clever move by producer T Siva to release the film despite the current demonetization chaos. The film opened solo at the BO, which is an added advantage.
The director could have added more detailing to the story and screenplay--the cliches could have been avoided.
Costumes and makeup could have been better.
The horror twist in the second half doesn't sync well with the rest of the story.
Comedy is the King
Comedy is the King
Galatta Rating: ( 3.2/5.0 )3.2
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