The movie is the debut one for Gokul Suresh son of the actor Suresh Gopi nbsp Also the movie happens to be a debut for the director Vipin Das Anticipations

Mudhugauv Movie Review

Mudhugauv Movie Review Malayalam Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Mudhugauv"
Runtime: 2 Hours 00 Minute
Certificate: U
Released: 13-05-2016
Genre: Drama
3 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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The movie is the debut one for Gokul Suresh, son of the actor Suresh Gopi. Also, the movie happens to be a debut for the director Vipin Das. Anticipations soared up when the movie was announced, and read the review below to know whether the movie has sufficed the expectations among the audiences.

Plot:

The plot of the movie is woven around the main character Bharath, done by Gokul. He has got a strange habit in him, that of a youngster who kisses known and the unknown alike when he is exuberant or depressed. In moments of sheer exhilaration, he happens to smooch a gangster named Rambo, the role done by Vijay Babu. The gangster starts following Bharath. This sets off the movie’s story in a speedy manner, with several interesting twists in it. There are romantic scenes in the movie with the lead actor playing around with Ganga, done by actress Arthana.

Star Performances: 

Although the movie is a debutant venture for Gokul, he has played the role neatly. Vijay Babu’s role as Rambo is intimidating on screen. Soubin Shaheer and Kanaaran Hareesh have taken care of the lighter vein in the movie. Other supporting artists as Abu Salim, Baiju, Neena Kurup and Premkumar have done an excellent job.

Analysis:

The movie’s director had put in two years of effort before the movie was made.  But, he has not come out with anything new. However, he knows the nuances of handling the old stuff with a new approach.  The director could have put in more efforts in handling the romantic scenes.  But, nowhere in the movie, has the director failed in giving quality entertainment.  

What is There?

  • The camera by Kugan S Palani works out beautifully on screen.  
  • The scenes are crisp and editing by Lijo Paul is worth applauding.
  • The numbers by Rahul Raj are already a hit.
  • The background music helps add flavor to the movie.
  • There is a sound comedy track running throughout the movie.

What is not there?

  • There are some scenes in the movie, especially close moments between the lead stars, which could have been handled better.
  • The story of the movie is clichéd, and more innovation could have been implemented to breathe life into the story.

Verdict:

The movie is a definite weekend treat.