This Weekend J. S. K Film corporation is releasing its film Naalu Policeum Nalla iruntha Iruntha Oorum. This movie stars Arulnithi Tamilarasu, Remya Nambeesan in the lead roles along with My favorite Singampuli and Bagavathi Perumal aka Bugs. More than the lead pair I am a huge fan of Singampuli and Bugs. I have always felt that Bugs and Simgampuli haven’t got their due yet. After Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanum the only performance with good screen space for Bugs was Oru Kanniyum Moondru Kalavaanigalum in which he fared very well. I am not sure why such natural actors are not noted well.
I am pretty sure of catching this movie at the theatres this week. Before the movie release let us see why we can hope for the movie. Let me list out three points which makes the movie to be the thing to lookout for this weekend.
Let us start with the lead Arulnithi. He is constantly giving decent movies after Mouna Guru. So you can rely on his choice of movies now and can go for it. The primary articles and the storyline is kind of intriguing and this might give new dimension to the actor. This is his hand at comedy after OKMK although he didn’t do a full fledged comic role in that, this might be a good start for the actor.
Then it is produced by JSK film corporations who brought us films such as NKPK, Oru Kanniyum Moondru Kalavanigalum, Paradesi, Thangameengal and the list goes on. Most of their movies are critically acclaimed and also loved by the audience. You can surely invest your 120 bucks in the movie.
Apart from this it is evident that the other characters will surely have a major role as of the lead. Similar to NKPK friends along with Singampuli, Rajkumar and Bugs it will be a laugh worth laughing.
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