Featuring Prithviraj and Parvathy, My story is touted to be a serious romantic tale which portrays the narrative of a lost love. The film scripted by Shanker Ramakrishnan marks the directorial debut of prominent costume designer Roshni Dinaker. Manoj K Jayan, Maniyanpilla Raju, Nandhu and Ganesh Venkatraman are also part of the film’s cast. Read My Review underneath.
Jay, a yearning actor, experiences passionate feelings for his first heroine Thara who is a well-settled artist and a sensation. Thara, be that as it may, is going to wed a man she doesn’t love and is miserable about existence. Two set out on an experience together and what happens shape whatever is left of the story. Lost love has the ability to pull you down from the statures of radiance and prevent you from getting a charge out of the sweetness of your prosperity. It is then you at last choose to go looking for what your spirit has been yearning for quite a long time. In My Story, Superstar Jay goes to Portugal, scanning for his first courageous woman whom he had lost just about 20 years prior.
My Story, as Ennu Ninte Moideen, is graced by the exemplary chemistry of Prithviraj-Parvathy twosome who handle the parts of Jay and Thara. The film figures out how to show a watchable first half. However, the second half, by and large, takes away the one’s advantage and part of the way through the second half, if that one has still not left the theatres, one can without much of a stretch figure the procedures to come and the end scenes. Roshni Dinaker, regardless of her driven approach, neglects to hit the harmonies with My Story.
The cinematography is the best thing about the film having some great visuals that demonstrate the lavishness of the area. The melodies and the bgm from Shaan Rahman have additionally upheld the visuals well. Despite the fact that the film has quality in it, it does not have the x-factor required to make it enchanted. My Story is in no way, shape or forms a fiasco, however, is in no way, shape or form the best of Prithviraj or Parvathy.