A skit on Jesus Christ brings out a change in good-hearted rowdy Cleetus along with revealing few surprises of his nature and his relationship with a neighborhood tailor.


G. Marthandan (as Marthandan)



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Credited cast:
Mini Arun Mini Arun ... Raphael's wife
P. Balachandran ... Raphael Vadakkumthala
Jojo George Jojo George ... Savichan
Jaise Jose
Thezni Khan ... Kumbalangi Maria
Mammootty ... Cleetus
Rajith Menon ... Alex (as Ranjith Menon)
Maya Moushmi Maya Moushmi ... Kunjachan's wife
Honey Rose
Sanam Shetty Sanam Shetty ... Anna
Siddique ... Father Sunny Vadakkumthala
Aju Varghese
Suraj Venjaramoodu ... Kunjachan (as Suraaj Venjarammoodu)

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A skit on Jesus Christ brings out a change in good-hearted rowdy Cleetus along with revealing few surprises of his nature and his relationship with a neighborhood tailor.

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Mammootty breaks a bottle of liquor to warn the policeman after a tiff with Vijay Raghavan. Later, when he gets out of the room, the floor is dry, with no pieces of glass. See more »


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Delivering Heavy Entertainment In The Name Of God. ♦ 67%
17 September 2013 | by nairtejasSee all my reviews

At first it seemed like Thappana (2012), but then I realized the picture is something else & bigger. DSC is a cocoon of ample funny moments, fine plot points, vivid setup, exotic location, melodrama & of course, cliché.

And by cliché, I mean the characters & their portrayals. Mammootty is at it again, flaunting his glamorous air with long hair, heavy beard & buffed up adorable anti-hero nature. He is who drives the plot ahead with witty twists & dramatic sequences eventually metamorphosing into someone who everybody (in the film) respects & loves. Watching him in a new avatar felt good, just like it did watching Sooraaj Venjaramoodu in a revamped demeanor sans his vulgar double-meaning remarks. Supporting cast is great who automatically improvise to deliver humor.

Plot is a mixture of fiction, reality & divinity. The characters getting ready for a play on Jesus & his story is a good show to watch. Little bit of romance among the characters, funny adult fool-plays, slapstick & high-octane action give a master look to the rather religious plot. Siddique, Tesnikhan & Vijay Raghavan are equally good.

Only that the second half starts off with a flashback and that kinda troubled me. Honey Rose enters the scene deeply and comes as a twist. The drama that follows ends up gradually to be an extravaganza. The climax is a real treat to the audience, theists & atheists alike.

BOTTOM LINE: Recommended! At least it doesn't turn you off. An enjoyable flick worth watching with friends & family.

Profanity: Strong (all beeped out) | Violence: Critical | Gore: Mediocre | Vulgarity: Mediocre | Sex/Mouth-Kiss: No | Nudity: Very Mild | Alcohol/Smoking: Strong | Drugs/Porn: No

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12 September 2013 (India) See more »

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God's Own Cleetus See more »


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