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Films like "Kili Poyi" are refreshing to see once in a while. Although some elements might seem to have been borrowed from the Hollywood it does not resemble strongly to any of the films that I know about.
When you come to know that it is the first stoner film to be made in India it feels great that it came out from Malayalam industry. It just shows that the Kerala audience is more liberal and has more exposure than other Indian audiences.
Talking of the film, it is just pure entertainment. Some of the cannabis induced jokes are good and it seems that the director did his homework before shooting these scenes. The language used in the film is such which would be used in real life by friends or people working in Bangalore or other places in India.
Asif Ali and Aju Varghese play their parts well and do look stoned for the most part of the film.
Do not watch this film if you like your time to be spent in churning emotions or if you would like to take away any message. This film is definitely a better watch than films like Lokpal, Kammath and Kammath, etc.
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