A gang of robbers enters a minister’s jewelery shop in Chennai and loots jewelery at gunpoint. Then some who come forward are shot dead. The hero of the film is also affected. Who are they? What is their purpose? Why do they do this? How the hero of the film dares to find out without the help of the police department is the screenplay of the movie Yenni Thuniga.
Taking the first half of the film, the jewel heist scene is crossed with a bang. As the film moves towards the crux of the film, the uninteresting interrogation scenes fail to keep up with the film. After the interval, the film’s screenplay starts picking up pace. Compared to the first half, the second half is a bit of a relief. Jai recorded his usual performance. Vamsi Krishna’s performance in the negative role is captivating the audience. It seems that the character could have been improved further in the writing. Athulya Ravi has been roped in for romantic scenes and duets.
Vidhya Pradeep gives an excellent performance and Anjali Nair gives a mostly glycerine-assisted performance. Sunil Shetty could have used the character better. In the end he impresses with a comical performance mixed with villain. Would have enjoyed it more if it had been written from the first half. The dialogues in the film are also written without stress and modestly. Director Vettri Selvan has co-written and directed the film with Sam Suresh.
Sam.C.S is okay in the music department but does not add strength to the songs. Cinematography brings life to the scenes. The film has all the space to be a good action thriller or an action comedy. Director Vettri selvan has tried to create an expectation in the beginning and then create some excitement and end the film with many twists and turns. The story is hectic at some places and a bit slow at some places. However, some key twists save the film.