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Saturday, March 22, 2014

"Konthayum Poonoolum" Malayalam movie review

'Konthayum Poonoolum' Malayalam movie review
With the potential of becoming good one, Jijo Antony directorial "Konthayum Poonoolum" movie has not presented that enigma by which audience would have felt like we have seen something different. Multi narration again came into use, but the problem occurs with the story telling where first half totally gave the incompatible beginning. On the whole, here and there you could scratch some good scenes otherwise it is an average film.

 First of all we get to see the love happening between Krishnan (Kunchacko
Boban) and Amritha (Bhama). Both eloped from their families to live their own life and in support from the friend Martin (Shine Tom Chacko) helps them a lot during their tough times and the bit of Mammootty fan in him provide him that manfulness. But the problems still persist around because of facing some infidel elements in the society.

 Now we move through different characters entry with a cruel money-lender (Manoj K Jayan), who feels that someone's specter is behind him. Then there is a police constable (Kalabhavan Mani), skeptical in behaviour finds an extra affair with another woman (Kavitha Nair). Next one is of photographer (Joy Mathew) and last is a student (Sarayu), who wanted to play some mischief on her friend. All these characters have enveloped in a thread to sum up the proceedings.

 The actors have displayed their respective characters in a fine way, Kunchacko Boban done his usual, Bhama also stays same with her role. Manoj K Jayan was the pick of the best and his specter friend Johnny done by Saiju Kurup was also suited the space. Shine Tom Chacko, Joy Mathew, Kalabhavan Mani, Janardhanan, Sarayu, Kavitha Nair and others have justified their respective roles. Mejjo Joseph has done his best with background score and the songs were not that enticing.

 The director seems to have lost the grip in this horror or may be thriller tale and it produce more baffled situation with one by one entry of actors. Script also stays at meagre level and one can foreshadowed that what is going to happen next. Saving point to some extent is visual compositions grabbed by cinematographer Pappinu, is just commendable. Edits were nice by Vijai Sanker and sound designs does enhance climax portions. R R Entertainments banner, Royson Vellara is the producer of this film.

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