At one instance the team steals Rs. 5 lakhs from a man and with police behind their tails, Shariya drops the bag in a ground. But when he goes to get it back he finds it missing. The rest of the gang suspect him of foul play and order him to return the amount by a week's time.
How does he handle the situation? Did he get the money he stole? What will his friends do? Naalu Perukku Nallathunna Ethuvum Thappila answers the question.
Hero Karthikeyan doesn't have much dialogues but he shows his villainism with his acting. He keeps uttering the words 'Life Is Good' throughout the film. His mannerisms are interesting to watch too.
Shariya, Evansree and Jagadeesh's serious works evoke laughter. Shariya, as an innocent youngster has done a good job with his acting. The other two have delivered a good performance.
With a lot of thrilling scenes, director Dinesh Selvaraj has weaved a good story-line. This in turn has led to an interesting screenplay. Navin and Beon's music delivers just one song which is used as montage shots. They've also given what's necessary for a crime story with their background music. Bagat Singh's cinematography could've been better. When compared to today's technology, the film's shots give us the feel of old flicks.
Overall, Naalu Perukku Nallathunna Ethuvum Thappila is a film that's definitely worth a watch.