Meesa Madhavan is a directorial venture by Lal Jose It has Dileep starring in it and is a perfect fodder for his comedy nbsp Plot Dileep has done the role

Meesa Madhavan Movie Review

Meesamadhavan Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Meesa Madhavan"
Runtime: 2 Hours 45 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 04-07-2002
3.25 / 5.0

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Meesa Madhavan is a directorial venture by Lal Jose. It has Dileep starring in it and is a perfect fodder for his comedy.

Plot:

Dileep has done the role of a thief in the movie. But strangely, villagers love him because, even behind his robberies, he serves the village. He reminds us of the western Robinhood. Meanwhile, Dileep falls in love with village landlord, Jagathy Sreekumar’s daughter Kavya Madhavan. But, the love happens after much hustle and bustle, and the comedy happening on the screen is rib-tickling.

Analysis:

Lal Jose has proved that he can come up with sheer family entertainers. The movie’s story is the same run of the mill. But, the way the movie has been presented and the lighter vein running in it, make the movie worth watching once. The movie is a treat for the fans of Dileep.

Star Performances 

Dileep’s character has come out well and proves to be a treat to his to his fans. Jagathy Sreekumar proves time and again his mettle in doing the comedy roles. Kavya Madhavan has done her role quite well but seems to have put in a lot of weight that she needs to shed.

What is there?

  • The performance by all the stars in the movie is commendable, especially Dileep. 
  • There is a fine comedy track maintained by Jagathy Sreekumar.
  • The camera has been wielded by S Kumar.  The landscape of Pollachi has been captured beautifully by the camera eyes.  

What is not there?

  • Some dialogues in the movie are very crude with double meaning.
  • The story is very common and is the same grind of the mill.

Verdict

The movie may not be called a classic one, but serves its purpose in entertaining the Malayali audiences.