Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal Review & Rating: Dulquer Salmaan Steals The Show {3/5}

Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal...yes the title of the newly released Tamil movie reminds you of the popular song from Maniratnam's movie on bank hiest—Thiruda Thiruda. The song was hugely popular and the movie became a blockbuster hit, thanks to AR Rahman's music and the performances of actors like Heera, Anu Aggarwal, Prashanth, SP Balasubramaniam.

Drawing inspiration from the theme is Desingh Periyasamy's latest movie titled Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal.

For starters, there was not much promotions for the movie as it was delayed a great deal so one would expect an average fare at the box office. However, the movie, much like Vijay Deverakonda's Taxiwala which got leaked months before its release yet ran to packed houses, will surprise you.

So, how has the movie featuring the Malayalam hunk Dulquer Salmaan shaped up? Well, for starters the movie is a fresh take on crime in the modern times and built around con artists. Yet, just when you think the movie is cliched there is humour and emotion thrown in for good measure to keep you hooked. The screenplay is what keeps the audience engaged and appeals to the masses. The narrative is worth a mention as Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal has enough surprises in store for the audience.

While Gautham Menon as a cop shines, Dulquer is his usual charming self as a romantic hero in this rom com which has two female leads—Ritu Varma and Niranjani Athahian.

The movie is all about two con artists, brilliant IT minds who can carry out cyber fraud. But their life is turned upside down (as expected) when two women walk into their lives. So, will they turn over a new leaf or take the women on board to continue their con game? Watch the movie to find out.

Verdict: Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal has all the elements to make it a commercial hit. Let's see what the audience verdict will be.

Disclaimer: This Review is An Opinion of One Person. Please Do Not Judge The Movie Based On This Review.  Watch Movie in Theatre