CAST & CREW
Iruttu Arayil Murattu Kuththu is the adult horror comedy entertainer written and directed by Hara Hara Mahadevaki fame “Santhosh P Jayakumar.” Gnanavel Raja bankrolled the film under the banner Studio Green. Balamurali Balu is the music composer and the cinematography is by “Ballu.” Prasanna GK is the editor. Gautham Karthik, Vaibhavi Shandilya, Yaashika Aanand, Chandrika Ravi, Shah Ra, Karunakaran, “ Rajendran,” Jangiri Madhumitha, John Vijay and Bala Saravanan are in the star cast.
Veera and his friend Vasu planned to take their girlfriends, Thendral and Kavya to a trip to Thailand for a week. When both the couples rent a bungalow in the beachside, they don’t know the issue they are going to face. The boys plan something fishy with their girlfriends, but the same thing is planned by a ghost that lives in the house. Unless anyone of the friends shares their bed with the ghost, the ghost didn’t have an idea to let them out from the bungalow. To escape from the place, the friends seek help from a priest. Girish Kalyan, a homosexual person, a ghost rider and a cook enters the place and things change differently. What happened to them? Did they escape from the ghost? Watch it in theaters and note this... not with the family!
Gautham Karthik fits in the playboy character well. Shah Ra’s comedy is timely. Other supporting stars make the audiences engaged throughout whereas the heroines are just used for the skin show.
Being promoted as the adult horror comedy entertainer, the director Santhosh had forgotten about horror. There is no horror element in the film. The film is a complete adult movie with double meaning dialogues. Star cast is good. Cinematography and the other production values are good.
What’s Not There?
The screenplay and the horror element fall flat and only with the natural performance of the stars, the movie goes well. However, this is a complete double meaning film, which could never be watched with the family.
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