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Kannum Kannum Kolayyadithal Movie Synopsis: The two fall in love and decide to wander their way and settle down with their girlfriends. But a couple of curve balls, as a determined cop, are just Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaalwaiting in the store.

Kannum Kannum Kolayyadithal Movie Review: Siddharth (Dulquer Salmaan), a techie, Meera (Ritu Verma), who is next door, trying to seduce a typical girl. At the behest of his friend and roommate Kallis (Raksha), he managed to propose her. And she accepts! Kallis also gets into a relationship with Meera's friend Shreya (Niranjani Ahthiyan). Things are going good, and Siddharth and Kallis, who are scamsters, decide to turn on a new leaf and settle in Goa with their girlfriends. Meanwhile, Pratap Chakraborty (Gautam Vasudev Menon), a policeman who has been personally affected by his crimes, is determined to strip him naked.

Kannum Kannum Koliadithal is a romantic thriller with charming leads and side-by-side seats. Desingh Periyasamy demonstrates a flair for this material both in his writing and construction. Although his premise is not new, he manages to inject freshness into the scenes with clever writing. Take Kallis. He initially seems like just another wise friend that we come across in his films, but the director slowly turns him into a parallel lead, which is used to lighten up the heavy scenes effectively. Even a shattering scene of this character is full of the right amount of humor to ensure that things are not too serious.

And when the film turns into a proper successor film in the second half, the change feels effortless. The heist part too, is just the right amount of thrills and laughter. The technical team ensures that disorderly moods. The songs and scores of Masala Coffee and Harshvardhan Rameshwar are sad while KM Bhaskaran provides the richness that the script is worthy of his visuals. In fact, the long running time does not feel like an issue here, although the first 15-20 minutes are rather short.

The directors also do not try too hard to make us love their characters, and instead spell their actors. In Dulaare and Ritu, they have actors who can be patient with ease and both the stars are well here. But this is Gautam Vasudev Menon, the trump card of Deshingh. The director's characterization feels like a shock to the protagonists in the films themselves, but it's only at the end, when we get a hilarious self-referencing scene featuring the film's biggest lofts, that we realize Describes how well Deshsingh has played with us.

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