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Ennul Aayiram Movie Review

Ennul Aayiram Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Ennul Aayiram"
Runtime: 2 Hours 18 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 22-04-2016
Genre: Drama, Mystery
2.75 / 5.0

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Maha lives in Kancheepuram and when his mother dies he comes to Chennai in search of a job. He doesn’t know anyone in Chennai and ask for a job in a tiffin centre. The owner of the tiffin centre, however, gets Maha employed in a star hotel and the latter works for a bar in the same hotel. 

Once Maha goes to Kerala to attend the wedding of his colleague. He bounces upon Marina Michael in Kerala. Maha had seen her already, and he falls flat for her. He even confesses his love to Marina, and she also reciprocates it. 

In the meantime, the family members of Marina decide to get her married to someone else. Hence, Marina and Maha decide to elope. While Maha arranges for eloping, he gets entangled in some problems, and the cops are after him. Does Maha unite with Marina? Does he brave all odds? Watch the movie to know how it progresses.

Star Performances

Maha has tried earnestly to excel in performance. However, one gets a feeling that the movie showcases his abilities like dancing, fighting, wooing, etc. to a great extent. Marina Michael, who has also debuted with this movie, has does an earnest job. Sruthi Yugal, though in a minimal role, has done what is required of her. Vincent Ashokan also impresses with his short role. 


Krishnakumar, who was the assistant director of A L Vijay, has directed this movie. In this regard, he should be appreciated for coming up with an average entertainer. 

What’s there?

  • The cinematography of Adhisayaraj is commendable.
  • Music of Gopi Sunder is impressive.
  • The screenplay is convincing.
  • The second half is engrossing.

What’s not there?

  • The film is dragging at some places.
  • There is a dearth of logic in some scenes. 


The movie can be watched once for the earnest attempt of the newcomers.