Review: IAMK- Sleazy show

By Santhosh Mathevan Published on May 05, 2018 04:48 PM IST

Making an adult comedy is like walking on a knife edge. A weak content would mean a messy show. Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuthu, an adult horror comedy by Santhosh P Jayakumar, has moments to laugh. At several scenes, it relies on skin show and crass comedy to take the story through.

The movie is set in the land of adulthood Pattaya (Thailand). There is a spirit, that has been longing for something for over 25 years.

There are girls walking around in glamourous outfits, body shaming, objectifying women and some crude remarks on LGBT community. A desperate attempt to provide laughter. The major portion of the movie is set inside a haunted villa, the youngsters in which has one only objective which is to make love with their girlfriends.

One of the attempts they make to seduce their women actually triggers the ghost that comes out to force the men to have sex with it. The movie propagates and normalises discrimination of women and minorities.

Except for Shaa Raa, who provide some hilarious moments to make us laugh, Gautham Karthik, Vaibhavi, Yashika and

Chandrika hardly have any scope to perform. Motta Rajendran, Balasaravanan and Karunakaran try their best to tickle

your funny bone.

Adult comedy flicks like Hangover trilogy, We are the Millers and Sex Drive have an independent storyline. But, in

IAMK, when you remove the adult content, there is nothing left.