Naina begins scouring all possible brave and strong men in the hopes of choosing a man for his daughter. That is when he comes across GV Prakash Kumar, a cowardly youth and marries his daughter to him under the impression that he's brave and a big rowdy. The rest of the plot of Enakku Innoru Per Irukku revolves around whether Saravanan finds out GV Prakash is not brave as he had thought and how GVP handles the many obstacles on his path.
GV Prakash's performance is laudable and satisfies his fans well. He has matured in his acting, improved his dance and has gotten better in his comedy timing. Despite being a crucial element in Enakku Innoru Per Irukku, Anandhi's role is short, but does justice to her role.
The supporting cast in EIPI featuring the likes of Karunas, Yogi Babu, and VTV Ganesh have excelled in their roles and are a strong support for a film with a rather flat plot. Karunas impresses when he speaks in the language spoken by the Kalakeyas in Baahubali, Yogi Babu's imitations of 'Ilayathalapathy' Vijay, 'Thala' Ajith, Dhanush and few others leaves the audience elated.
Sam Anton has tried to deliver a hilarious film about a don from Royapuram. Despite a major portion of the film being quite funny, EIPI falls flat at certain instances. Considering the film is a comedy caper, there's no room for logic and hence leaves us that something is missing.
The music along with the background score by GV Prakash is quite enjoyable aided by decent cinematography by Krishnan Vasanth.
In short, Enakku Innoru Per Irukku is just average.