Three cheers for Director Rajesh. He makes it three-in-a-row now thanks to OKOK. With Udhayanidhi Stalin donnoing the greasepaint, Santhanam played the trusted lieutenant and Harris jeyaraj’s screming music, OKOK touches the winning post with ease and elan.
Comedy is his forte. Knowning his strength well, Rajesh has churned out a movie that lives upto all expectations from reel one. The one-liuners are catchy. The situational comedy especially the one onboard an aircraft are a delight to watch.
Udhayanidhi Stalin is at ease. Cool before the camera, he resembles boy next-door. His body language is also appreciable for the role. Santhanam is the pillar. He plays the role of his friend with perfection. The humour free flows with Santhanam. He gets the act thanks to his director with whom he shares a good rapport from SMS till OKOK. The bubbly Hansika Motwani is awesome and fits the role to T. She is cool and oozes oomph factor well.
Andrea, Aarya and Sneha play cameos. Saranya, Azhagam perumal and Shayaji Shinde are also in the cast.
OK OK has no big story. It is simple and narration of events makes up the script. Saravanan (Udhayanidhi) is a fun-loving youth who goes about enjoying life with Parthasarathy (Santhanam). All is well till he meets Meera ( Hansika Motwani ) one fine day at a traffic signal and falls for her, almost immediately. Subsequently, he approaches her and proposes to her. However, Meera (Hansika) promptly rejects it. How he manage to convince her forms the crux.
Harris rocks with venam Machan and Akila. Thanks to Rajesh, OKOK ends up a thorough entertainer.
All said, OKOK is a double delight for all. Comedy does sells in Kollywood.
Verdict: For a hearty laugh