Shanthnu then gets the reason for the staggering age gap between the married couple and how Parthiepan isn't able to 'take care' of Parvatii owing to an accident. Meanwhile, Shanthnu gets to know about Parvatii's health issues and on getting it examined, he figures out that her 'desperation' leads her to fall sick. The rest of the story answers questions such as how Shanthnu deals with these issues and if there's a reason why Parthiepan gets him to stay at his place.
Apart from directing this flick, Parthiepan has also starred in a pivotal role. We can very well say that in his usual style that includes humour and sarcasm he has lived the character which is a pleasure to watch. The smart looking hero Shanthnu has given exactly what's required for the script. He shows his talents with his dance. Heroine Parvatii Nair has gotten the best role of her career that's got equal, if not more weightage than the hero himself. The fact that her character is clouded with mystery makes it more intriguing to watch. Her acting is as beautiful as she is. In a special guest appearance, Simran makes her mark. Thambi Ramiah has nothing new to offer but his expression in a few places does invoke laughter.
Though we cannot claim this film to be a completely new story, it can be called as a film taken with different characters in perspectives from which stories are never told. This is because, more than the story, the dialogues, screenplay and characterization is created in an interesting manner. Even with the scope to go overboard on glamor, with a limited yet talented cast, the director has made sure that he stays well before the line that shouldn't be crossed.
Despite the fact that the characters choose to tread in a particular fashion and in the end it makes sense on why they're so, this is a film that can't be watched as a family. Sathya's music is pretty decent. The 'Damukaatlaan Dumukaatalaa' track crooned by T. Rajendar is a foot-tapping number and the dance in that song makes it a visual treat too. Arjun Jena's cinematography adds value to the film.
Overall, Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga doesn't leave any spaces blank.