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What do you get when you mix Nadodikattu, Dil Chata Hai & The Hangover Part II? The answer is Kili Poyi.
While the director has tried hard to add elements of new-wave, he fails amazingly. With crooked camera work, plagiarized music all over the place, brought-up dialogs, confusing screenplay and bad performances by great actors makes this an excruciatingly unpleasant movie to watch.
Sex, useless profanity (with the f word being used randomly for no reason at all) vulgarity, cannabis and madness is flashed every now and then with some sequences blowing out of proportion to even watch & interpret. The makers have gone too far and have wrecked havoc in Mollywood. They thought adding some urban oomph-elements to the plot will add zeal. Hollywood pictures, or posters doesn't help the film either. 1.6/10.
BOTTOM LINE: This offers nothing new. Nor does it intrigue. Clichéd & boring, that is what Kili Poyi is. Not Recommended.