Shanmugapandian (Arulnithi), Chelladurai (Bhagavathi Perumal), Ilaiyakumar (Rajkumar) and Head constable (Singampuli) take care of the police station at Porpandhal.
The village is honoured by the President of India as best role model village, as peace prevails and there is absolutely no crime.
As a result, the government decides to shut down the police station and transfer the four to some other place. Feared of going somewhere, the policemen hatch a plan.
But their idea gets misfired and Porpandhal gets ruined to the core. It turns an unsafe place to live. Are they able to set things right?
Arulnithi should be applauded not just for delivering measured performance, but also for choosing different scripts. After ‘De Monte Colony’, he continues a good show in ‘Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum’.
Bhagavathi Perumal, Ravikumar and Singampuli aid Arulnithi well, while Ramya Nambeesan looks beautiful and performs too.
Debutant director Srikrishna has conceived a potent script, but he could have executed it much better. For, the first half moves in a leisurely pace and the film sustains our interest only after interval.
However, the film has some real funny moments, like the encounter between the shop owner and the village chief.
Music by B R Regin is okay while editing by Sabu Joseph and cinematography by Mahesh Muthusami are good.
On the whole, ‘Naalu Policeum Nalla Iruntha Oorum’ is a mixed bag and can be watched if you like a novel theme with average execution.