Namma Oorukku Ennathan Achu Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- G Arulkumar
- Music Director:
- Srikanth Deva
- Nal Senthilkumar
- Miya Sree
- Screenplay Writer:
- Nal Senthilkumar
- Supporting Actor:
- The performance of the stars
- The screenplay is not gripping
- Unnecessary insertion in the script spoils the film
- The senior stars are not used properly
Namma Oorukku Ennathan Achu is directed by Nal Senthilkumar. The music composition is by Srikanth Deva. The cinematography is by JRK. The film has the star cast of “Mahendran,” Miya Sree, “R Sundarrajan,” Manojkumar, “Thavasi,” Pasanga Sivakumar, “Appukutty,” Lollu Sabha Udhaya and “Benjamin.”
The village heads collect Rs 1500 from each family for the village festival. A person is against collecting the amount and fights with them. During the festival, he drinks and creates a ruckus. On the next day, he is found dead and following this, they stop the temple festival. After a few days, the villagers started believing that the person's spirit roams over their village and threatens them. The hero undertakes the job to find out if it is the spirit that threatens the village. Was he successful? The rest of the film deals with the hero’s attempt to find out who is threatening the people.
Mahendran did a decent job as a village youngster. Miya Sree got a template heroine role and has nothing big to do. The rest of the cast has done justice to the given roles.
The director starts the film with a supernatural genre but didn’t succeed in maintaining the genre. The screenplay is not much gripping. The film has thrilling and suspense elements, but they are not carried out properly. The senior stars are wasted. Although the stars played their part well, the characters are not penned in detail. While they deal with the supernatural elements on one side, unnecessary insertion to the story spoils the movie watching interest. The cinematography and the music are okayish.
What’s Not There?
Namma Oorukku Ennathan Achu might have been a decent entertainer if the screenplay had been gripping!