Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum Movie Review
Arulnithi has done the amazing horror flick 'Demonte Colony' and with a unique script as the one found in 'Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum', people expected a lot out of the movie. But, in the end, it hardly convinces one because it is not the comedy fest that one expected of it and is definitely not a serious movie to indulge yourself in.
|Release date: 24 July 2015||Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance|
|Cast: Arulnithi, Remya Nambeesan, Bagavathi Perumal, Singampuli and many others||Director: N. J. Srikrishna|
|Music Director: B. R. Rejin||Cinematography: Om Prakash|
|Editer: V. J. Sabu Joseph||Production Company: Leo Visions|
|Distributed by: JSK Film Corporation||Satellite Rights: Star Vijay|
|Running time: 135 Minutes||CBFC Rating: U|
- • A unique plot that might convince users to feel interested at first
- • Singam Puli's comical timing at many places
- • Not too many songs in the movie
- • An annoying screenplay that is exceptionally slow and boring
- • Abrupt climax which is not satisfying
As the title reveals, NPNO is about four policemen who lives in a model village. Everyone is good in the rural area where they create chaos so as to save themselves from a transfer. But, when they finally accomplish their mission, the actual problem starts in a serious manner than they expected.The Cast
Arulnithi has been a good actor so far and he has given his decent performance in this movie as well. However, the plot doesn't offer much scope for him. The same goes for the heroine as well as the entire cast. Singam Puli is the only one who stands out of the lot while actors like bugs have been wasted.The Team
Director has tried to come up with a unique plot and impress the audience. But, the lack of a good screenplay and interesting scenes makes the movie boring except for a few laughs. The music is average while cinematography is much better. However, the sets look artificial that makes it look like a drama than an actual movie.
Bottom line – A few laughs can't save the entire movie! Doesn't matter if you skip this one!
Certified Fresh – No!
Stars – 2.75/5