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Thrissivaperoor Kliptham is scripted by PS Rafeeque and directed by Ratheish Kumar, a debutant. The film has Asif Ali, Aparna Balamurali, Shilpi Sharma, Chemban Vinod and Baburaj in the main star cast. Fareed Khan and Shaleel Azeez produced the film under the banner Whitesands Media House. Vineeth Mohan, Jewel Mary, “ T G Ravi,” Jayaraj Warrier, Sreejith Ravi, Tini Tom, Sunil Sukhada, “ Irshad,” Neeraja Rajendran, “Meghanadhan,” Rachana Narayanankutty and Zarina Wahab are also in the star cast of Thrissivaperoor Kliptham. “Bijibal” composed the music and Swaroop Philip is the cinematographer. Shameer Muhammad edited the film.
David Pauly and Joy are the former classmates. Joy is now a wealthy guy. He has the old grudge and demeans David Pauly in every opportunity he gets. David is slightly addicted to alcohol. When David’s family wants him to get married, a gift from Joy crushed David’s wedding plans. Giri, the young guy, joins David and gang. Giri and David are highly expecting a situation to avenge Joy. Bhagi is a bold auto rickshaw driver. While Bhagi is a strong lady, Giri is a shy natured guy. Did Giri and David win over Joy? Did Giri turn a smart guy? What is the relationship between Bhagi and Giri? Watch the film on the silver screen!
Asif Ali’s dialogue delivery and the expressions are stunning. He steals the show as ever. Chemban Vinod balances the comedy and serious sequences perfectly. Baburaj has got a good role and he has performed it well. Aparna’s role is the best among all the stars in Thrissivaperoor Kliptham. For the first time, she had played an auto driver. She had been given a substantial role, which Aparna pulled out with ease.
Ratheish Kumar, the newbie, has narrated the story well. His filmmaking technique is neat and good. Although there are a few negative points in the script, Ratheish polished it with his filmmaking style.
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On the whole, Thrissivaperoor Kliptham directed by Ratheish is definitely a film that is worth watching!
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