Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen movie review: Another irritating ghost movie

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen (SIB) is another epic movie from Udhayanidhi Stalin directed by Ezhil, which will take a prestigious position in the list of dumb movies he had acted so far. although the movie has ensemble of cast, including Regina Cassandra, Srushti Dange, Soori, Lvingston, Robo Shankar, Yogi Babu, Mansoor Ali khan and others, literally they have wasted them as there’s no scope for anyone in the movie, and in fact there’s no story at first place.

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen Story & Review

As, I said earlier, you’ll find difficult to travel through the film, as there’s no story or an effective screenplay, rather chunks of scenes taken from other movies. But, I’ll try to elaborate the story and we assume this is what would be the story of Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen. After a collapse of local political parties out there, Udhayanidhi Stalin as Saravanan and Mansoor Ali khan will start two separate political parties. During the launch of the parties, the photos of Saravanan and Mansoor Ali khan will be misplaced on each other’s flex banner, leaving Saravanan a prominent local political person. The mishap happens due to Soori, who will fly to Dubai before he gets to know about it.

Regina Cassandra as Thenmozhi, who is a childhood friend of Saravanan, and an aide of Mansoor Ali khan, arrives at the scene to sort out the mishap. But Saravanan falls in love with her. There comes a twist and we should appreciate the director for taking us to spirit world. The spirit of Srushti Dange, Saravanan’s ex-girlfriend, is introduced, who helps him to win the likes of Thenmozhi. How she helps Saravanan to win her girlfriend’s hand forms the crux of the story.

With such so-called story in hand, anyone who is good in designing a great screenplay, could have presented an engaging and decent movie. But Ezhil, director of the movie, spoiled everything with irritating screenplay and non-sink comedies. I’m sure that you won’t get any laughter other than a terrible headache when you go out of the theatres. Of course, we are not able to sit for more than few minutes, but we braced ourselves and accepted the pain just to write a review out of it.

To recall, Udhayanidhi Stalin in an event expressed his opinion about piracy, humorously said that movie reviewers should review a movie on its first day only if it is good, otherwise they should consider reviewing it after the first weekend. I didn’t mean it though.

PS – You might require amurtanjan pain balm, just keep it handy.

Verdict: Nothing great.