Irandam Kuththu Movie Review: A terrible comedy, average horror and dull story

Irandam Kuththu Movie Review: It is a Tamil language film, directed by Santosh P Jayakumar which is released in your nearby theaters on November 14, 2020. The film features Karishma, Daniel Annie Pope, Akriti Singh, and the director Santosh P Jayakumar himself in the leading roles.

By Bandana Singh, Updated : Nov 16, 2020 16:28 IST
Irandam Kuththu Movie Review: A terrible comedy, average horror and dull story
Irandam Kuththu

Cast: Akriti Singh, Chaams, Santosh P. Jayakumar, Karishma, Manobala, Meenal, Daniel Annie Pope, Motta Rajendran, Shalu Shammu, Singampuli, Swaminathan

Director: Santhosh P. Jayakumar

Producer: Santhosh P. Jayakumar

Streaming on: Nearby Theaters 

Ratings: 2/5

Irandam Kuththu Movie Review

Irandam Kuththu is a Tamil language and spiritual sequence movie of the 2018 comedy-horror film, Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthuthu. The film is about two friends who are called gays for all their lives and later on marry two girls. The film shows Akriti Singh, Chaams, Santosh P. Jayakumar, Karishma, Manobala, Meenal, Daniel Annie Pope, Motta Rajendran, Shalu Shammu, Singampuli, and Swaminathan in the leading roles. 

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Both of the pair go to a resort in Bangkok for their honeymoons where a woman ghost would not let them celebrate their honeymoon in a peaceful way until and unless they satisfy her sexually. 

Irandam Kuththu
Irandam Kuththu

Whenever a sequel of a successful film is created, they are usually promoted in bigger, funnier, scarier ways. In Irandam Kuththu, those factors are dull and more offensive. If you have watched the previous movie of Sanoth P Jayakumar's Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu, you will get a balanced idea of what this movie has stored for you. There were many scenes in the film that gives the impression that is depravity masquerading as a directorial sound.

Irandam Kuththu
Irandam Kuththu

The film is a mixture of a bunch of adult jokes where characters do not have lines of relief for self-gratification. The dialogue delivery of the movie is not very attractive and nothing less but stretched. The viewers of the film are highly disappointed by this sequel. 

Comparing the film to the first part, everything in the film plot represents lower depths than what you have earlier experienced in the first film. The male leads of the film are stated as more juvenile, female leads as objectified, and supporting actors as tasteless without any comedy and humor. But there is one scary moment in the whole movie which you will experience at the end of the movie.

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The performance of the actors is very decent and not very commendable. The movie is only left with dialogues that have less horror and comedy elements and more sexual innuendos. Talking about scripting and dialogue delivery is very poor the only to comment about is the cinematography, makeup, and editing skills which have done amazing throughout the movie.