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A Compact Thriller That Serves Its Purpose!

The major issue with Irul is that it requires some suspension of disbelief from your part. With just three characters and a thin line, Irul feels more like a short story or one segment of an anthology. But being a feature film, you do get the feel that few things are far fetched. And this feel becom...(more)

Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow


Fahadh Faasil, Darshana Rajendran film let down by a plot that sags and drags

The set-up of this Fahadh Faasil and Soubin Shahir starrer has promise and the actors are up for it too. However, the story-telling lets them down.(more)

Source: Subhra Gupta, Indian Express


A half-baked, half-hearted effort

If only at least half of the attention that was paid to the sound design and the art direction, was given to fleshing out the script and working on the dialogues, Irul would not have felt like the half-baked, half-hearted effort that it ended up as.(more)

Source: S.R Praveen, The Hindu


Fahadh Faasil-starrer fails to meet expectations

Irul is a mildly engaging crime thriller that makes an okayish impact despite not being as good as his previous release (more)

Source: Roktim Rajpal, Deccan Herald


Fahadh Faasil's solid performance let down by complicated story

Irul is technically sound. Right from the camera and the background music, everything screams perfection. There are certain jumpscare moments in the beginning, which worked well because of the music. Yet, when you watch Irul, you get a sense of deja vu. It could be because of the setting inside the ...(more)

Source: Janani K, India Today


Fahadh Faasil, Darshana Rajendran thriller is a damp squib

Irul is a disappointing contrast to Fahadh and Darshana�s earlier team-up in Mahesh Narayanan�s C U Soon, a pandemic-time release that became a national sensation with its thoroughly original story and storytelling style. (more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad,