Critic Rating: 1.5 out of 5
Ambedh (Samuthirakani) is an advocate and social activist who gets on the wrong side of the government, prompting them to get his son and friends killed.
A man (Munishkanth) is in search of Rs 20,000 to save the life of his son. How these stories interact forms the crux of Ettuthikkum Para, directed by Keera.
Close on the heels of Kanni Maadam and Draupathi, here comes yet another movie that tries to address the issue of honour killings.
But the intention has not been achieved, due to flawed screenplay and novice narration. It is hightime for Samuthirakani to stop acting in such roles as we are not just bored, but irritated too.
The likes of Chandini Tamilarasan, Munishkanth and Muthuraman are just okay. Music is M S Sreekanth and editing by Sabu Joseph could have been better.
On the whole, Ettuthikkum Para tries to convey a message to the society besides entertaining the audience, but fails to serve both the purposes.