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Amen tells the story of people around an ancient Nasrani Church. The plot is set in a village, Kumarankary, where its inhabitants are always garbed in white - a motif which the film deftly ... See full summary »
A Hindu Nair boy,Vinod (played by Nivin Pauly) falls in love with a Muslim girl Aisha, (Isha Thalwar) whom he met at the marriage of a close friend of him. Though she also starts loving him after sometime,the Hindu-Muslim religion barrier acts as an obstacle between them. The film tells this love story smoothly and overall comes as a good comedy packed musical flick; in a Thalassery atmosphere!Written by
So, I was overwhelmed by the response of this movie and decided to watch it. I usually don't watch Romantic movies and this one reminded me why.
Well, the plot is typical. You add an inter-caste factor and publish the story in a 21st century where the girl and boy both don't own a mobile phone. The hype created was too much for this average movie. This type of movie can only gain success to people who have not watched epics from Hollywood & Bollywood. Or French cinema, for that matter!
Vineet Srinivasan is very clever at grabbing the attention of cinema- goers who are bored by the usual remakes and boring slapstick.
Bottom line, this movie does not have much to offer with sporadic jokes and lack of panache!
I rate it 5 for the comedy part and Nivin Pauly's performance. Isha Talwar has dialogues equal to that of a cameo appearance by Srinvasan.
BADS: Disappointing! Clichéd! Hyped!
GOODS: Enjoyable! Romantic! Adorable & Funny!
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