Kurumbukara Pasanga is yet another movie in Tamil cinema industry that has a backdrop in village and traces the lives of fit for nothing like lead characters and the series of events that happen in their lives. While Paruthiveeran showed some brilliance and Subramaniyapuram showed the classic period of eighties in the village backdrop, the other movies that followed the theme did not really have a wide reach. Kurumbukara Pasanga is such an ambitious try by director Samydurai, but the content fails to impress the movie watchers.
The plot of Kurumbukara Pasanga has nothing new or interesting in it. Sasi (Sanjeev) and his friends spend time together always and do nothing other than wasting time. Sasi, in an old fashioned way, finds love in his life in the form of Sindhu (Monika). However, he and his friends are caught in a situation where they help the sister of their village’s MLA to elope with her lover. The incident comes under the knowledge of the MLA, who now wants to take Sasi and his friends. What happens to Sasi and his friends and what happens to Sindhu forms the rest of the plot.
Director Samydurai applies no creativity in his entire work in Kurumbukara Pasanga. May it be the screenplay, may it be the characterization or may it be the shots or dialogues, nothing seems to help the audiences hold their seat in theatres. The romance between the lead roles, for instance, happens in a quite old fashioned way, where ‘I Love You’ is being said through a letter in a boring manner.
Sanjeev playing the lead role in the movie has done a decent job during stunts and emotional sequences. Monika to fits to the role, but there is little help from the director side as their character are poorly written. Actors like Manobala and Pandiarajan are simple wasted.
Kurumbukara Pasanga make no mischief that is interesting and entertaining!