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Poppins Isn't Sweet Like It Should Be, But The Last Story Is Kinda Funny!
Six stories are told which are centered on man-woman or to be precise, husband-wife relationship on different facets of life and age.
The inter-weaving part is a struggle by a filmmaker which drags a lot and lacks substance. While the direction is poor, script writing is fresh. Although, since the execution is bottom-notch, I had to yawn a couple of times in the first half. Second half is average.
Out of the six stories, I liked two: one which talks about a couple who see a 'mirror' for the first time and the repercussions of it which stars Meghna Raj & Jayasuriya; both are good. Second one is about a just-wed couple where the wife (Nithya Menon) is mad about her better half's (Boban Kunchako) probable fascination to Indian porridge (payasam)! The film ends with the main story's lead character narrating a rather wicked climax to his producers.
The rest four were below average stories but the performances were good specially of Indrajith & Siddique!
BOTTOM LINE: 50% recommended because the last story will make you laugh a lot. But, be warned about the lagging, novice first half!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: No | Sex, Nudity or Mouth-Kiss: No | Violence or Gore: No | Smoking: No | Alcohol: Very Mild | Drugs: No
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