Enakkul Oruvan Review

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Review by : Kumaresun
Starring
Siddharth, Deepa Sannidhi, Srushti Dange
Direction
Prasad Ramar
Music
Santhosh Narayanan
Production
C. V. Kumar

Siddharth, after Kaaviya Thalaivan is back to be part of an experimental film but shrewdly laced with commercial elements. A remake of Kannada hit Lucia, it has a gripping story with enough for artistes to showcase their histrionic skills.

Siddharth does a dual role with Deepa Sannidhi playing the female lead. Directed by Prasad Ramar, it has music by Santosh Narayanan. Srushti Dange, Aadukalam Naren, John Vijay, Yog Japee, Mahadevan and Ajay Rathnam are also in the cast.

The movie is quite radical and sets out to achieve the mission - educate and entertain. The movie revolves around Siddharth - who plays dual role.

Siddharth is a poor youngster who works as usher in a theatre. His job is to help those visiting the theatres reach their seats. A boding life, he suffers from insomnia. One sleepless night, he comes across a drug peddler selling a magic drug.

The magic of the drug is that not only would sleep but also help him realise his dream. He takes the medicine. He goes on a dream mode. A roller coaster ride.

A life begins in his dream. It is all about cinema, action and romance.The movie speaks loud about faith, friendship and sacrifice. Siddharth is impressive. Emotions come easily to him. Cool and breezy performance from him is top-notch.

Deepa Sannidhi is not far behind. She does her job with ease and elan. The movie gets adequate support in the forms of Santosh Narayanan's BGM.A complex story but easily narrated. There may be lacunae and that is the length. But otherwise Enakkul Oruvan does entertain.

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