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Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku Movie Synopsis: Two men who work in a pharmacy moonlight as small-time robbers and during one of their break-ins, they walk away with ₹5 lakh each. And soon, the cops, gangsters and a perpetually horny NRI woman are after them…
Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku Movie Review: Like ‘Hara Hara Mahadevaki’ and ‘Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu’, ‘Ivanukku Engaiyo Macham Irukku’ is a unabashed about being an unabashed adult comedy. The adult part of it, as in the other two films, is problematic… Not out of misplaced notions of morality (which is what most people might feel) but because of the sloppy writing. The director, AR Mukesh, seems to believe that skin show and horny female characters are by themselves will result in an adult comedy. In fact, much of the first half is along these lines. We get the story of Hari (Vemal) and Giri (Singampuli), co-workers at a pharmacy who moonlight as robbers. Their modus operandi is actually interesting – they do not steal money but only smaller items, like talcum powders, soap boxes and mosquito bats, which they later sell for a small amount. This keeps them out of trouble from the cops.
We get their backstories… Giri’s wife has run away with another man; Hari, who worked as a waiter in a London pub, had fled from the country following sexual harassment from an insatiable, horny woman (Miya Rai Leone, who, apparently, is related to Sunny Leone). And one night, the two, unbeknownst to the other, cross their own lines by stealing cash. They manage to flee, but soon, trouble begins.
And this is when the film shows signs of being a comedy, of the madcap kind that Sundar C is famous for. A cop (Mansoor Ali Khan) to whom the money belongs sends his subordinate (Poorna) to catch them; a local gangster (Anandraj) is after a medicine box that contains drugs; the family of Hari’s lover, Surekha (Ashna Zaveri) wants to murder him for sleeping with their daughter; and the British woman from London wants Hari back!
Mukesh doesn’t entirely exploit this premise for non-stop laughs, but there are quite a few ones that are really funny. Unlike a lazy effort like ‘Hara Hara Mahadevaki’, which left it to its actors and never tries to be funny, this provides its actors with material that they can work with. And actors like Anandraj (who makes even predictable lines funny), Singampuli (not grating for a change) and Vemal (who is game enough to realise that the film’s portrayal of him as a stud is comedy in itself) grab this opportunity and make this film passable.