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Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri Review – A Night That Has Its minutes

Kuttanpillai is an undeveloped character. An old police constable who lives in a comfortable home flanked by jackfruit trees with his constable spouse and three children.

Kuttanpillai is an undeveloped character. An old police constable who lives in a comfortable home flanked by jackfruit trees with his constable spouse and three children. He is panic for crackers, his children-in-law, and Ghosts. What’s more, it’s a simple as that. A couple of tasteless bits of amusingness are added to re-build up his gathered quirk and everything falls flat. A father of three and spouse of a Sub Inspector, the intimate romance of his life is a jackfruit tree in his compound. His in-law Suneesh (Biju Sopanam) is sitting tight for a chance to slash it off and one day, things get shaken up out of hand of the characters.

Suraj Venjaramoodu, who plays the lead in the film, keeps on awing with the scope of exhibitions he is prepared to do, in a steady progression. A man who shot to spotlight for influencing individuals to chuckle, he presumably doesn’t grin even once in the film, however, the character experiences numerous amusing circumstances. The feature of the film is certainly his treatment of the part, trailed by the green and flawless natural districts, characters you can for the most part spot in a town, and numerous a greater amount of such eighties’ Sathyan Anthikad style story minutes and symbolism. Whatever remains of the cast including Srinda also implant the correct sort of soul into their parts.

The main portion of the story comes with no bearing and the endeavours are simply to kill time by including jokes that are intended to stimulate the clever bone. Amid the Sivarathri celebration at a sanctuary in the region, Kuttanpillai’s relatives gone to his home and he detests this. Suraj Venjaramoodu tries hard to convey some rational soundness to the procedures and he brings some cheer now and again, in spite of the powerless content and senseless character outlines. Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri depends on a few thoughts that are scarcely adequate to make the watchers stuck on to the screens for this long.

After the debut thriller film Angels( Even though its a version of Confession of murder), Director Jean Markose tries a satire subject with this film. Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri has some great minutes and could be an alright charge, best case scenario for the not all that recognizing watcher.

My rating 2.5/5

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