Director Chimbu Deven has shown that he is capable of dealing with fantasy stories with his ample doses of humour, through his earlier movies. Through this movie, he has shown that he can pull it off easily… The storyline is unique and the treatment in the screenplay is a delight. Though one keeps watching the same events happening over and over, the way they differ and the way the dialogues keep the viewers engrossed are well done. Arulnithi is a delight to watch. After playing a slew of rural roles, he pulls of this urban role with ease. His comic timing and dialogue delivery are excellent. Bindu Madhavi has also been seen mostly in small town girl roles and seeing her play a city girl, that too a tomboyish one is pleasing. She has done good work. Bhagavathi Perumal has continued the good work he did in Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom. His voice modulation and expressions keep the viewers in splits. Though Ashrita Shetty does not have many scenes, she has performed well in the scenes she appears in. A host of character artistes, both veteran and newcomers have played their parts well. Aadukalam Naren, Jayaprakash, Mohan Raman, MS Baskar, Manohar, VS Raghavan, Jasper and many others make their presence felt. Natarajan Sankaran’s BGM matches the tempo of the movie and the songs are good. The technical team have worked really well.
Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavigalum is a rib-tickler and a good comic relief for this scorching summer heat!