Tamil Movie Review

Natupna Ennanu Theriyuma Movie Review


Siva (Kavin), Mani (Arunaraja Kamaraj) and Raju (Raju) are friends from their childhood. In their 20s, they start their own wedding planning business and do their best to get orders.

Siva is responsible in life and takes decisions with all caution, Raju is an alcoholic while Mani is carefree and humorous. Everything goes well till a girl enters their lives.

After the entry of Shruti (Remya Nambeesan), the best friends fall for her and fight between themselves to win her over. Who among Siva and Raju emerges victorious forms the rest of Natpuna Ennanu Theriyuma.


Directed by Shiva Aravind, Natpuna Ennanu Theriyuma is a simple and honest movie which highlights the importance of friendship, but without taking the preachy route.

All three protagonists have performed well, while Remya Nambeesan, who appears later in the movie, has delivered goods. The likes of Ilavarasu and Azhagamperumal are adequate.

While the songs are passive, the film takes its own time to establish itself with the audience. That way, the first-half moves in a slow manner.

But there are some humourous scenes and one-liners in the second half that makes Natpuna Ennanu Theriyuma a decent entertainer.

Natupna Ennanu Theriyuma: Friends in need

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

PRO: Nikil Murukan