Three ex-convicts live together and try to start their lives afresh, but in vain. They reach out to their prison counselor; as per his advice they start their own work with his support until his true intentions are revealed.

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Credited cast:
Kunchacko Boban ... Vishnu
Favour Francis ... Doctor
Janani Iyer ... Lakshmi
Jaise Jose
K.K. Moideen Koya ... News Reporter
Anjana Menon Anjana Menon
Biju Menon ... Louis
Narain ... Dr. Isaac
Kalabhavan Niyas ... Babysitter
Prathap Pothen ... Padmakumar / Pappettan (as Prathap K. Pothan)

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Three ex-convicts live together and try to start their lives afresh, but in vain. They reach out to their prison counselor; as per his advice they start their own work with his support until his true intentions are revealed.

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Silly Dots.
27 April 2013 | by nairtejasSee all my reviews

The movie, prima facie, seems to be a humorous one with three cons trying to get back in life from their criminal nutshells. But, then in the second half, with half a million twists on a shoddy plot, 3 Dots falls apart in front of its interested audience. The script constantly tries to help make the heroes win.

Boban, Menon & Pothan are too good as the lead players, while Narain suits up with his character. Supporting cast & gals are good. Although, many are new faces, they keep up the spirit. But the story is kinda lame towards the end. What builds up curiosity in your mind later turns out to be a lucid drama with kidnapping and all. It quite doesn't intrigue. Also, 3 Dots has nothing much to say other than cook up some improvisation of a story published many times in various media.

Music is randy, screenplay is straight & editing is poor. Direction is average while the level of humor is the only thing that works throughout. A humble 5/10.

BOTTOM LINE: A one-time watch for the cast & humor but go for it sans your logical senses.

Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

Language: Mild | Sex, Nudity: No | Alcohol: Strong | Smoking: Strong | Violence: Mediocre | Gore: Very Mild


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20 March 2013 (India) See more »

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