The much hyped film due to the presence of singer and anchor Rimi Tomi as the heroine, Thinkal Muthal Velli Vare directed by debutant Kannan Thamarakkulam has hit the screens all over today and evergreen star of Mollywood Jayaram played the male lead in this family entertainer. The screenplay was also written by the director himself and Pradeep Nair had cranked the camera for this flick. Sanand George is the one who composed the music for this film and VT Sreejith edited the movie.
And when it comes to the plot of the movie the story revolves around Jayadevan and his wife Pushpavalli. Jayadevan chungathara played Jayaram is a popular writer of the television serials and almost his all works were super successful in the mini screen. He is writing multiple scripts at the same time for different channels and directors. But the film starts with his marriage to Pushapavalli who is his ardent fan and great follower of television serials. But the marriage brings a lots of problems in Jayadevan’s life as it become difficult for him to handle his wife and her behaviour. Then how he cops up with his life and how the problem in his family life gets resolved forms the main part of the film’s story.
Rimi Tomi is acted as Pushpavalli and it has to say that she had given a disappointing performance as in many scenes she was absolutely overacting. She was doing what she had done in her television programs all these years and in this film it seems more and more unbearable for the spectators. In many of the scenes Rimi was trying to conceal her smile while acting and that was bizarre. Jayaram had nothing to do in this and he used all his usual gimmicks to stay in the frame with the over-acting partner. Anoop Menon had done justice to his role but there was nothing for him to do as well.
The screenplay was so poor and the making was worst than that to say the least. There was nothing new in the story to offer an entertainment to the spectators except some trash comedies which made the film even go down from the standard of some trash daily soaps in the mini screen. Dop was quite average and music was not up to the mark as well. On the whole the flick was really an avoidable one and Jayaram has to think seriously about choosing films from now on otherwise we will soon see an adjective of ‘Ex-actor’ along with his name.
Director : Kannan Thamarakkulam
Release Date : 12/6/2015
Cast : Jayaram, Anoop Menon, Rimi Tomi
Review : Abhilash Kiran