Benefiting from his picture, GV Prakash Kumar’s new discharge, Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru is yet another drama performer with a few Ajith-Vijay references, parodies on TV shows and famous people to provide food the masses.

Two days before his wedding, Kumar(GV Prakash) and his companion Balaji(RJ Balaji) take a street excursion to Pondichery for a lone ranger party .

While coming back to Chennai, Balaji purchases liquor in mass however they get got by three degenerate cops (Prakash Raj, Robo Shankar and Singam Puli).

Notwithstanding their rehashed fizzled endeavors to escape from the cops, both Kumar and Balaji consent to reward them with three lakhs! Sadly Kumar’s life partner Priya (Nikki Galrani) acts narrow minded and declines to help him with the cash yet his ex Nancy (Anandhi) promptly concurs.

Will Kumar alter his opinion and wind up wedding his ex? Much the same as his past movies, Rajesh has at the end of the day selected a slender storyline and gives more significance just to comic segments.

On account of RJ Balaji, Prakash Raj, Singam Puli and Robo Shankar, the film is agreeable as a result of their amusing jokes. However the significant issue is that the comic arrangements are not natural and just loaded with periodic muffles. GV Prakash Kumar has effectively rehashed his trademark quirks and the washout kid Kumaru character is carefully fit for him. Be that as it may, the two courageous women,

Nikki Galrani and Anandhi are squandered in lifeless parts, look bloated with crude make-up and they sleepwalk. Yes, RJ Balaji’s comic drama works yet is it important to troll everybody including Shruti Haasan, STR and even the film’s legend GV Prakash’s Pencil ? The on-screen character ought to presumably take a shot at certified jokes as opposed to assaulting people and companions in the business.

To close, Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru is a watchable parody performer and it may engage in the event that you don’t stress much over consistent escape clauses and some obtrusive comic drama groupings.