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This is not a movie for those who takes cinema too seriously. Its a celebration. The director has done a great job as a debut. The movie doesn't has a complicated story, it has a simple story with a lots of fun and a pinch of sentiments.
Most of the recent Mammootty movies were filled with repetitive and unfunny comedies. Unlike them this movie has fresh comedies and funny local dialogues. Usually in other Mammootty movies Suraj was an essential entity and thank God this movie is Suraj free. Here Lal, Nedumudi Venu, Salim Kumar and also MAmmootty has boosted the comedy a lot.
Considering the technical aspects, Martin Prakkat is following the path of Amal Neerad and Ashiq Abu especially in cinematography,make ups, editing and BGM.
Overall....its a good movie for youths.... Bunk your classes and go for it....
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