Oru Naal Iravil Movie Review
Cast: Sathyaraj, Yugi Sethu, Anumol
Director, Editor: Anthony
Writter: Yugi Sethu (Dialogues)
Music Composer: Navin
Cinematography: M. S. Prabhu
Sekar (Sathyaraj) is an NRI who returns from Singapore to settle with his family in Chennai and he prefers to always travels in Suri’s(Varun) auto. Prejudging his daughter’s friendship, Sekar arranges for an immediate wedding, which eventually leads to heated arguments in the family.
The same day night, Sekar drinks with his close friends at his unused small shop. Once all his friends decide to leave, Sekar insists that Suri get more liquor from nearby black-market and on their return, they happen to see a call girl (Anu Mol).
Auto-driver locks him up in the garage with a sex worker and promises to come after some time. But he could not turn up as promised as he gets caught in a mess. Sethu (Yuhi Sethu) is a filmmaker who tries hard for his reentry. His bound script gets caught in the garage of Sekar due to circumstances.
Sudden fickleness of Sekar leads to uninvited trouble as he gets locked inside his shop with the call girl and What happens to Sekar and how Sethu gets back is script is told in rest of the film.
Sathyaraj, Anumol, Yugi Sethu and new face Varun who has done their respective roles with consummate ease. Cinematography by MS Prabhu is brilliant that his uncanny angles capture same locations with vivid tones to keep up the momentum while Navin's pulsating music gels well with the movie.
Editor Antony, for his directorial debut has taken up the remake of a realistic Malayalam film 'Shutter' that narrates the events of a person's life.