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Shot mostly in Dubai,this movie talks about a NRI oncologist who's a playboy and spends money on spree; later finds himself in financial crisis and also gets engaged with an accidental wife.The movie continues to depict the his false-doings to come out of trouble and his hatred to his wife. But the movie ends on a positive note with the hero coming out of the crisis with the twist and turn of events and also he finds the true love in his wife.
Diamond Necklace: I remember reading an article on the winds of change that has begun to hit the Malayalam film industry and how every aspiring film maker wanted to try their luck with a 'bold' script - a bastard child born to a producer who wants a commercial hit and a script writer who wants to bring art to life.
Lal Jose, perhaps, in the same line, manages to bring together a script that is more commercial, but yet has elements of art spread across the story line. Believable performances from Fahad and the three female characters, ensures that these 'elements' I referred to, shine brightly and remain to be enjoyed.
The story of a playboy flirting with money and women would have been told a million times; but interestingly, the script writer chose to ignore the 'playboy oomph' that is more 'reel', and instead zooms in and unmasks the 'real' life behind them. The film has its share of humor, romance, drama, and thrill; in fact to the right degree.
Shot extensively in Dubai, the director(and the editor) has taken care not to dilute the story line with unwanted cuts and frames of the luxury in offer in the desert, and also intelligently places and exposes brands to the audience wherever the script demands its presence(barring one scene with Mr. Joy Alukkas).
Overall, a decent watch, from a veteran in industry. I would gladly give it a 8/10. Good to see fresh scripts emerging. Now to terminate Shaji Kailas and the remaining in his league.
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