Panimathi who lives in the same village, had lost her father due to this drinking habit and so she stands firm in marrying a teetotaler. One day Panimathi meets Raj in an unexpected situation. Like every other love story, the duo gets to know each other amidst a conflict and later on they fall in love. Without knowing about the drinking habit of Raj, Panimathi agrees to marry him. Only after the wedding, Panimathi learns that he is a drunkard. What happens next? To know more watch the film on the silver screens.
The lead role played by Raj is impressive. He has carried out his character aptly throughout the film. The scenes where he tries to give up the habit of drinking are enjoyable. On the other side, Panimathi has failed to perfect her role. Her facial expressions mismatch with the dialogues, resulting in an unpleasant experience. Kantharaj, who performs the character of a school peon, has done his portions well. Most of his scenes leave the audience in splits. The supporting actors Samarthini, Thamizh, Sundari, Selvi and Rathnakala have done justice to their given portions.
Director Senthil Raja's effort to deliver a film rich in social awareness is laudable. The director has clearly pointed out the problems and the setbacks one faces due to alcohol addiction. However, better execution and casting would have enabled the film to attract more audience. Sivasubramanian's songs and background score are average, whereas Punnagai Venkatesh's camera work has nothing new to offer.
On the whole, 'Naalai Muthal Kudikka Matten' fails to impress.