There are acceptable movies and afterward there are terrible ones as well. However, Kannum Kollaiyadithaal, coordinated by Desingh Periyasamy, has a place with a third classification where a film is terrible to such an extent that it’s acceptable. Dulquer Salmaan and Ritu Varma’s film is only that with numerous Easter eggs to amaze every one of us. Siddharth (Dulquer Salmaan) and Kallis (Rakshan) are two gifted individuals who carry out unimportant wrongdoings professionally. They’re astute to such an extent that they don’t rehash their example of the wrongdoing. At the point when they meet Meera (Ritu Varma) and Shreya (Niranjani Ahathian), they become hopelessly enamored, and their work’ assumes a lower priority. Be that as it may, they come to get familiar with reality with regards to the ladies in an epic wind.
Chief Desingh Periyasamy’s Kannum Kollaiyadithaal takes perpetually to get into the story. To such an extent, that you can take a force rest and wake up just to find that you haven’t missed anything major. The underlying arrangement of scenes is plain ludicrous.
You can comprehend the executive’s goal to show Meera as an individual who esteems each rupee she has earned. However, the two-minute-long talk that she gives a businessperson will make you drop shopping and run back home.
The film gets a move on when DCP Prathap Chakravarthy (Gautham Menon) shows up on screen. He is determined to catch the lawbreakers. With his constrained scope of articulations, he helps us to remember his film Khaaka.
Dulquer Salmaan and Ritu Varma are the most grounded purposes of Kannum Kollaiyadithaal. Their developed exhibitions give us some reprieve from the sheer craziness that is unfurling on screen.
Rakshan with his jokes is as irritating as Soori in his awful movies. Niranjani Ahathian has one articulation all through the film.
The principle issue with Kannum Kollaiyadithaal is its organizing. Everything is so self important and advantageous. Dulquer’s character thinks about a plan to escape with a gigantic aggregate of cash and the following minute, his thought is executed. Brief he thinks about a bicycle and the following he gets it. Ritu’s Meera goes on a tirade about how all her rupees is significant and our legend is dazzled.
The best piece of Kannum Kollaiyadithaal is the splendid Vinnaithaandi Varuvaya and Vaaranam Aayiram hybrid in the peak. With Gautham Menon authorizing his own notable scenes, it leaves you with a grin all over.
Cinematographer KM Bhaskaran’s work is tasteful and the lighting is simply immaculate in each scene. Be that as it may, the music created by Masala Coffee band is below average, as is the foundation scored by Harshavardhan and Rameshwar. Kannum Kollaiyadithaal is intriguing in a couple of spots, because of the waiting game between the lead characters. On the off chance that you are happy to look past the shallow components in the film, there’s a pleasant story lying there as an afterthought.