Naalu Policesum Nalla Iruntha Oorum

Naalu Policesum Nalla Iruntha Oorum

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Release Date : | Length : 135 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 2.2/5
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Naalu Policum Nalla Irundha Oorum (NPNO) is the story of how a calm, serene, trouble-free village turns messy because of few immature acts of four policemen.


“NPNO is an average film that keeps you partially entertained.”

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Naalu Policesum Nalla Iruntha Oorum - Utopia to Dystopia

| by Sudarsan Ramamurthy |
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This comic caper starts off well with the premise of a perfect society. This village has the most honest people living harmoniously. The police station works only between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and is closed on Sundays. There are four policemen assigned to the station, who while away time watching cricket matches with their village buddies. One of the four policemen is a strapping young man with a major crush on a school teacher; to the point where his hallucinations start to get the better of him. This warrants as an excuse for a song sequence that fortunately doesn’t get on anyone’s nerves.


Then comes a day when the policemen get a letter from the higher ups. They must transfer to Ramnad: the most violent and unruly place in the vicinity. Ever since the station was established, there hasn’t been a single complaint or case registered. So, the authorities decide to transfer them to someplace they will actually do their duty. What ensues next is predictable. The cops start booking harmless cases just to fill up the FIR register. In the process, they antagonize and provoke the villagers against each other. Ultimately, crime and violence rules over the once harmonious land.



The film has ample humor that helps the flow of the narrative. But, it starts to drag towards the end until the audience can’t wait for the credits anymore.

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