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The movie is based on the acclaimed novel K T N Kottur Ezhuthum Jeevithavum by T. P. Rajeevan, which is set in the backdrop of India's freedom struggle and depicts a magical history of a Kerala village.
Two young lovers are compatible in every way - they even agree that marriage is futile. However, their emotions are not so easily managed, especially when they witness the unconditional love of the older couple with whom they live.
A beautiful Love story where a guy named Balan( Dulquer Salmaan) has a break up with his girl friend and there break up some how becomes viral on social media. As he was trying to over come the stress of break up he meets Sheela(Nithya Menen) in a Taxi, But in a rush she drops her old digital camera which Balan picks up and tries to return to her with a help of his friend Ummer. Finally when he finds her, She (Sheela) tells him that she is his (Balaan) school mate with whom he had a huge fight. Balaan gets over the past and invites her to a new year eve dinner and returns the camera to her. She explains why this camera is so important to her and she is making a 25th anniversary surprise for her parents in which Balaan also helps. Balaan find out sheela is with a boyfriend named Rahul and she get engaged with Rahul. Eventually Balaan convinced her(Sheela) that she believes in love and to choose him over Rahul. Sheela falls in love with Balan at the end and gets married with him. Though...Written by
I didn't keep too much expectations(about the title) when my friend invited me for this movie. That must be the reason why I liked this pretty much. If you're a person who likes romantic movies with some lighter moments,you should really give this a try. Jenuse Mohammed has shown justice to the script; Dulquer Salman has delivered a wonderful performance, but lacks a little bit originality when he plays drunk.Nithya Menon's character doesn't have much job to do.The cinematographer has done a good job;he has maintained the freshness of the visuals throughout the playtime. The number of drunk sequences may seem disturbing for an average viewer, but when the character's point of view is considered,it can be justified. What puzzles me is the fact that, the title of the film is not mentioned or shown anywhere in the movie. Anyaway, the movie does not bore you or make you yawn; even though it doesn't have much 'New-Generation' elements.
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