Thinking that 100% percent polling is not attained during elections as the voters do not want to go to polling booths, Ashwin finds a solution to sort this issue through the internet. When he approaches the college principal for the recognition, the principal rejects the project.
Amidst this, the college faces the students election. Sanjay, who is the son of a politician, wants to enter politics but his father's party asks him to succeed in their college election before getting his political entry.
On the other hand, the college administration want to try Ashwin's new finding in the college election and make him contest against Sanjay. The aftermath of the proceedings and the success of Ashwin's new project form the crux of Inaya Thalaimurai's story.
Hero Ashwin Kumar registers his character with good acting skills. He is impressive in the romantic scenes as well. Though not given a big opportunity, heroine Manisha has utilized the chance to deliver a good performance. Sanjay has also done his portions well. The other artists can be appreciated for their efficient works.
Having a story knot about 100% polling, Inaiya Thalaimurai has hit the screens in Tamil Nadu during its Assembly elections. Here, the Tamil Nadu Election Commission had worked hard to achieve the same and so, it can be assumed that even this movie could have promoted the awareness among the viewers. It would have been more enjoyable if the screenplay had been handled with more care. Anyway, director Ilanthirumaran gets the applause for his innovative thought process. Songs are quite average with D.J.Gopinath's music, but Arro's cinematography is impressive.
In short, Inaya Thalaimurai could have been better.