Cast: Dhanush and Megha Akash
Director: Gautham Menon
Reviewer: George Sylex
About - After a two-year delay, Enai Noki Paayum Thotta by Gautham Vasudev Menon has Dhanush and Megha Akash in the lead jobs while Sasikumar and Sunaina assume essential supporting jobs. The film is created together by Escape Artists Motion Pictures and Ondraga Entertainment and is exhibited by Vels Film International.
Story - Raghu (played by Dhanush), is a Computer Science Engineering student who falls in love with an on-screen character, Lekha (played by Megha Akash). But they are isolated because of conditions and afterward, they meet the following 4 years. In any case, this terrain him in a difficult situation as he gets in a game between Thiru (Sasikumar) and a lot of criminals. Regardless of whether he receives in return and what occurs next structures the plot of the film.
Star Performances - The attractive Dhanush easily conveys the movie on his capable shoulders, and charms with his demeanors in the sentimental successions and similarly intrigues in the extreme passionate minutes and the action scenes. In spite of the fact that Megha Akash doesn't get a lot of extensions to play out, she's adept as the young lady in adoration who needs to liberate herself from the enclosure she's secured. Senthil Veerasamy is impeccably cast and intrigues with his mannerism and unobtrusive yet threatening discourse conveyance, as slimes venom all through. Sasikumar and Sunaina are sufficient in their appearances, however, they could have been given more screen time. The remainder of the cast including Vela Ramamoorthy don't have a lot of effects.
Analysis - The post-interval of the film is the place Gautham Vasudev Menon dives into the subtleties of the contention, and Sasikumar includes some worth positively in his constrained screen nearness. Loaded up with actions the anticipated backstory behind the chase, the subsequent half energizes in parts, eventually finishing in a rushed way. Another factor that looked somewhat exaggerated is the voice over. In spite of the fact that it works until a specific point, it gets dull and abused.
Technical Team - Darbuka Siva's music and its prevalence make the music sequences resemble a fantasy, that is somewhat overstretched at places, however more critically, they help in keeping the temperament of the scene flawless. The cinematography by Jomon T John and Manoj Paramahamsa guarantees Enai Nokki Paayum Thota and outwardly engaging flick, splendidly catching the activities. Editing by Praveen Antony could have been something more, as the subsequent half requires cutting. The decision of lighting and hues by Cinematographer brings about the ideal result and that is one office where a GVM film never falls flat.
Verdict - Overall the film could have been somewhat shorter, which could have drawn in us considerably more, but ENPT is watchable for its good visuals, great first half and nice songs. Keep your expectations to minimal.