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Ryan Philips is a school boy who is always up to mischief when it comes to studying the maths subject. His life is turned around when he discovers a magical pen at his antique collecting grandfather's house.
One of Malayalam's best comedy based directors of this generation returns wit Venicile vyapari a very funny joyride with another excellent performance by Mamooka and the supporting cast makes this movie an excellent follow up for Shafi closely following the heels of the hit film Marykkumondu oru kunjaddu.
The story is about Pavithran, a merchant involved with the coir business who comes to the Venice of Kerala (Kuttanad) and tries to establish himself with the support of Sooraj(Chandran pilla) and an excellent supporting cast consisting of most of Shafi's favorite actors.
The music is pleasing and the cinematography is amazing. Though die hard fans may not like the plot twist post-interval or the climax, Venicile Vyapari is a good watch for this holiday season.
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