Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum Movie Review
Cast: Arulnithi, Remya Nambeesan, Bagavathi Perumal
Director: N. J. Srikrishna
Music Composer: B. R. Rejin
Cinematography: Mahesh Muthuswami
Editor: V. J. Sabu Joseph
The story of this movie is based on four policemen and a village. Porpandhal is a proud winner of the best role model village award given by the Indian president.
We are shown that there is absolutely no crime in Porpandhal and the police station is being used as recreational club where our four cops aka protagonists - Shanmughapandian (Arulnithi), Chelladurai (Bhagavathi Perumal), Ilaiyakumar (Rajkumar) and Head constable (Singampuli) having good time watching cricket matches and playing carrom.
Meanwhile, the Home Ministry decides that Porpandhal no longer needs a police station and when they are about to issue transfer orders to all the four cops, our protagonists think of a plan and try their luck to get some serious cases in the village. To their misfortune, the role model village gets ruined and turns into an insecure place to live. What are their plans? Will they succeed? Forms the rest of the story.
Arulnidhi has once again given a decent performance and justifies the role given to him. Heroine Remya Nambeesan sleeps walks through the film while Singam Puli partly shines in the well sketched character.