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Oru Yamandan Prema Kadha is scripted by Bibin George and Unnikrishnan and directed by BC Noufal. The music composition is by “Nadirshah.” P Sukumar cranked the camera and John Kutty edited the film. AJ Film Company produced the film along with Al – Tari Movies. The film features Dulquer Salmaan, Samyuktha Menon, Nikhila Vimal, Soubin Shahir, Vishnu Unnikrishnan, Salim Kumar, Dharmajan Bolgatty, Arun Kurian, Hareesh Kanaran, Dileesh Pothan, Renji Panicker, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Sunil Sukhada, Baiju, Molly Kannamaly, “ Ashokan” and Pradeep Kottayam.
Lallu is a smart youngster, who has been receiving proposals from a lot of girls, right from his childhood. But, he couldn’t accept any, as he didn’t get the spark. Hence, he says them to treat him like a brother. He is a daily wage painter and his younger brother is an IT professional. Lallu’s family want to get him married, as they want his younger brother to settle in his family life. Did they find him a girl? Watch the film in theaters.
Dulquer entertains his fans throughout the film with his mass heroism. He dances, speaks Kochi slang and make the fans laugh with his oneliners. The heroines have nothing big to do. The rest of the stars have done what is required of them.
The plot is not new. We have seen this plot in a lot of Malayalam as well as other southern movies, where the younger brother earns well than the elder one and the family gives importance to the younger one. But, as it is DQ here, the mass elements are high to grab his fans’ attention. DQ did his part well, as usual. The narration is a bit slow, but the scenes are shot neatly to entertain the audiences. The colorful background and the costumes attract. The BGM is good and the cinematography is eye catchy.
What’s Not There?
The film is specially designed for DQ fans. No big story, but only a mass appeal. With the colorful costumes, songs and the dance, we slightly feel if it is a non-Malayalam film. However, the fans have a lot of fun time to enjoy this flick.
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