|Director||Santhosh P Jayakumar|
Vaibhavi Shandilya is Gautham Karthik's soon-to-be fiancee. They plan a 10-days get away trip to Pattaya to get to know each other more. The couple is accompanied by his friend Shah Ra and his supposed girlfriend Yashika Anand, who is the ex of Gautham Karthik. Unbeknownst to them the four spend their holiday at a haunted beach house.
In the meantime, Gautham Karthik tries his best to impress Vaibhavi. After a series of spooky incidents, they all realise that a supernatural spirit is present in the house and they immediately vacate the place. Unfortunately, Gautham Karthik and Shah Ra are blocked from stepping out.
Chandrika Ravi then walks in as the ghost, and says that she will hold them hostage until either one of them satisfy her sexual desires. She also adds that whoever chooses to do so will die soon after having sex with her. The rest of the plot revolves around how Gautham Karthik and Shah Ra escape the clutches of the sex-driven spirit.
Gautham Karthik is back with yet another adult comedy. He looks carefree and has slipped into the skin of the character with ease. He also delivers a decent performance. Both Vaibhavi Shandilya and Yashika Anand travel throughout the film, and has very little to perform other than being the hero's love interest and to amp up the glamour fantasy.
Likewise, Chandrika Ravi, plays a lust-filled ghost, and she could have done a better job at scaring the lead characters. Shah Ra plays a pivotal role and has done a decent job as well. Bala Saravanan, John Vijay, Karuna Karan, Rajendran and Jangiri Madhumitha all have done justice in playing their parts neatly.
This is Santhosh P Jayakumar second film and attempt at an adult comedy genre. Like his previous film Hara Hara Mahadevi, this movie is also an all out sex comedy film that had all the viewers either cringing or laughing out loud with its direct innuendos, glamour quotient and literally uncensored scenes. Iruttu Arayil Murratu Kuthu can definitelybe taken as a male erotica fantasy.
However, the director fails to provide the supposed horror angle to the film. He also falls short on the screenplay front and has faltered by placing several unnecessary scenes. Balamurali Bala's background scores are comparativelybetter than the songs. Ballu's cinematography skills come to the fore, and he has shot well, with an suggestiveedge to the movie.
In short, Iruttu Arayil Murratu Kuthu is watchable.