Azhar is an ambitious and a happy go lucky guy, who tries hard to get a job at an IT field, but all to no vain due to his inability to converse in English. He is so poor in it that he does not even understand the basics of the language. However, he doesn't give up on his aim and keeps trying his best.
That's how he meets Sanchita Shetty, and falls for at first sight. He then begins to follow her and tries to woo her in every possible way. Initially, she keeps rejecting his advances and proposals, however in the mean time she falls for him too.
While all is good with Azhar, he suddenly hears a voice. It calls out to him and introduces himself as the Yemadharma Raja, and says that he is after Azhar's life as he failed to oil his hair. Accroding to Yeman's book of death it is an punishable act. But, Azhar gets a shot at saving his life, if he passes a certain set of tests given by Yeman. How Azhar saves his life forms the crux of the story.
Azhar has pulled off his light hearted character quite well. Sanchita Shetty travels throughout the film, but still has little scope to perform. Yet, she has done a good job. Singapore Deepan plays a pivotal role and he has delivered a convincing performance. Yogi Babu provides the much needed comic relief, and though it seems like the usual, it seems to work well with the audience.
Vignesh Karthick has done a pretty neat job at the directorial department even though many loose ends are evident. The wafer-thin story and the loose screenplay has nothing new to offer or convince the audience enough to sit through the entire film. He falters with script as it lacks quality humour. Yet, he has to be appreciated for attempting his hand at a fantasy story for his debut film.
AR Reihana has provided the music and his background scores are much better than the songs. Vamshidharan Mukundhan's cinematography skills come to the fore and his shot are mediocre. So is CS Prem's editing.
In short, Yenda Thalaiyila Enna Vaikala, is average.