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En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom Review by Naveen

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En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom

– Review

From ‘Kodambakkam’ to ‘Puthiya Geethai’ to ‘Raman Thediya Seethai’, director K P Jagan is known for delivering movies of varied themes. ‘En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanoam’ is one such different attempt by him.
As the title suggests, the entire script revolves around the missing slipper of the heroine. The director has narrated the movie in a feel-good manner.
Sandhya (Anandhi) is being loved by two friends (Yogi Babu and Thamizh). One day, when she is going in a bus, one of her slippers falls down.
Thamizh watches everything and he even tries to find the slipper, but it goes missing. In the meantime, Sandhya’s father (Jayaprakash), who is in abroad, gets kidnapped.
As searches go in vain, Sandhya approaches a woman sooth-sayer, who happens to be Thamizh’s mother. After asking Sandhya to narrate the incidents that happened on that fateful day, she ‘finds’ that the missing slipper as the reason behind all mayhem.
The astrologer asks Sandhya to find out her slipper to put an end to the woes she has been facing. Thamizh, who overhears all this, decides to trace the slipper to make Sandhya happy. Is he successful?
Thamizh makes a welcome debut as protagonist, while Yogi Babu is the movie’s biggest asset. Another pillar is Anandhi, who impresses the audience with her cute looks and good performance. Jayaprakash does his part well.
The film is technically average, while the songs and background score by Ishaan Dev and Deepan, respectively, are nice. Despite being interesting, there is lag in certain parts.
Had the director loaded the movie with more grippping elements, ‘En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom’ would have emerged a more fun-filled ride.

Rating: 3 out of 5

By Naveen


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