Sathyamurthy aka Sakthi (Vishnuu Vishal) is a police constable who minds his own duty. He works at Silukkuvarpatti police station and doesn’t want to end up in any trouble.
There is Cycle Shankar (Sai Ravi), a dreaded gangster who is being searched for by the police department. He comes to Silukkuvarpatti to kill a former minister (Mansoor Ali Khan).
However, for a trivial reason, he is being arrested by Sakthi. But Shankar manages to escape from the police and swears to bump Sakthi off.
Sakthi, who realises the seriousness of the problem, tries his best to escape from the hands of Shankar by disguising himself in various looks. In the meantime, there are many funny characters like the local don Share Auto Chandran (Anandaraj), Tony (Yogi Babu) and Sub-Inspector (Livingston) etc.
Silukkuvarpatti Singam, directed by Chella, is a laugh riot that doesn’t take logic and other things serious. It is like a mix of Sundar C and Kamal Haasan-Crazy Mohan movies and also reminds us of Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaran, an earlier movie of Vishnuu Vishal.
Just weeks after a serious outing in Ratsasan, Vishnuu Vishal is in his hilarious best in Silukkuvarpatti Singam. He tickles the funny bone well. Yogi Babu is in full form, while the likes of Anandaraj, Livingston, Mansoor Ali Khan and Lollu Sabha Manohar do their respective roles well.
Both the heroines- Regina Cassandra and Oviya- have filled the glamour quotient. While the first half is full of hilarious sequences, the second half lack them a little. There are a lot of characters, and, as a result, there are many comic sequences.
Though the humour is inconsistent, Silukkuvarpatti Singam is a no holds barred comedy movie that keeps the audience in splits. But, strictly no logics, please.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5