Two friends Kumar (GV Prakash Kumar) and Balaji (RJ Balaji) are as thick as thieves. One day before the former’s wedding to Priya (Nikki Galrani), the two set out on a fun trip to Pondicherry.
However, things do not go as planned as the two get entangled in a confusion of sorts with a cop Manimaran (Prakash Raj).
How the duo manages to make in time for the wedding and whether the hero makes up his mind over his first girlfriend Nancy (Anandi), forms the rest of the story.
Watching director M Rajesh’s movies is like running our eyes through a bunch of comedy scenes. His latest outing Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru is no exception.
Though many jokes evoke laughter, some of them are old and are filled with double entendre. The solace is that Rajesh has managed to make it up with Santhanam’s absence.
Talking about performance, G V Prakash has played to his limited potential. Nikki as his ‘would-be’ and Anandi as his ex-lover don’t have much scope to perform.
Technically, the movie is average. If you are a fan of Rajesh’s brand of comedy and body of work, Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru will not disappoint you.