RJ Vikram (Ashwin Kumar) is engaged to anjali (Avantika Mishra), a writer, with the firm notion that she will only settle in life with a man with whom she has previously had a serious relationship. In order to be married, vikram lies to anjali and introduces Preethi (Teju Ashwini) as his ex-lover, despite the fact that he has never been on one. Vikram, on the other hand, falls helplessly in love with Preethi, complicating the issue. Enna Solla Pogirai is about what happened at the end of this triangular love affair.

In the first half of Enna Solla Pogirai, there are plenty of feel-good and lighthearted moments to keep you smiling. Though the film takes a while to settle in, the first half is enjoyable due to its lighthearted tone and engaging characters. The concerns start to come into place after the intermission. In the second half, the plodding pace is noticeable, and there aren't any strong moments to keep you interested. Enna Solla Pogirai is a formulaic triangular love story that provides us with a familiar feeling. The screenplay becomes tedious and dull after the midway, and the pacing never picks up again.

It turns out to be a yawn after a while. The movie is primarily dialogue-driven, and the lines are formulaic, so it doesn't hold your attention very well. There isn't much going on aesthetically as the characters keep talking, talking, talking. The lack of originality or uniqueness in the plot or characters is one of Enna Solla Pogirai's major flaws. The picture follows a tried-and-true romance pattern and never takes you by surprise. The above line produces predictability as a side effect. Feelings play a crucial role in films of this genre, however in the case of ESP, the emotions don't seem to connect effectively.

Overall, Ashwin who slept in 40 stories and signed this movie as his 41st story, ensured his fans are sleeping this time!

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