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The movie Valliyum Thetti Pulliyum Thetti aroused considerable expectation among the fans since it goes retro and projects the decade of the 90’s on the screen. Since Kunchacko Boban, one of the much-loved star of the Malayalam cinema is also into the movie, the movie has created much anticipation. Also, this is the debut movie of Shamili as an adult in Malayalam cinema. One has to read the review below to know whether the movie has met the expectations among the fans.
The movie’s plot is about two opponent groups clashing with each other. The movie’s main character Vinayan (Kunchacko Boban) is a projector operator in a cinema theater which falls into the C class variety. The hero works for the theater owner Madhavan Nair ( Renji Panicker), and he treats the latter like his godfather. The impact of globalization hits hard on the theater business. Also, there is a twist in the story when the movie’s hero finds out that there is a rival who wants to take over the theater. As something to add up, Vinayan falls in love with his rival’s daughter Sridevi (Shamili). The rest of the plot is about whether the hero redeems the theater from the clutches of the rival and marries his lover.
Kunchacko Boban has done the role of Vinayan in the movie, and he has done the role to near perfection. Shamili does the role of Kunchacko Boban’s lover in the movie, and she has less scope for performance in the movie. The comedy stars in the movie are just above the mark and manage to please the audience. Saiju Kurup, Krishna Shankar, and Manoj K Jayan are there in the movie, and they try to pull up the movie which is otherwise falling apart.
The director, Rishi Sivakumar, is worth applause for his efforts in the movie. But the plot and the script have been handled in an amateurish manner. The choreography is commendable, and Kunchacko Boban pleases with his dance moves. The movie proves to be a visual treat, and the cinematography is worth a cheer. More clarity could have been added to the stereotyped comedy track in the movie. Bharathiyar’s song is played in the background when Shamili makes entry. But, visually, it fails to create the feel of romance that the song has.
What is there?
What is not there?
The movie is an average entertainer and could just manage to meet your expectations as a weekend treat.
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