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Review : "Father's Day".

Straight storyline moulded in to the patchy and much more what it deserve to be, especially it gets too stretchy you feel while watching this malayalam movie "Father's Day". Kalavoor Ravikumar directed this film concentrate on what relationship means in someone's life. On the whole you can atleast give this malayalam movie a look.

                             Story is all about the relationship, so starting with the Lecturer Seethalakshmi performed by Revathi, working in a college and is in good terms with her brother Gopan enacted by Vineeth. Seethalakshmi shares her house with her niece Neenu summarised by Indu Thampy. In this cycle of life, on a sudden a guy
named Josephy essayed by Shahin, kept his eye on lecturer. Joseph started to follow the lecturer wherever she go. Lal performed the character of a college mate of Seethalakshmi and try to convince Seethalakshmi for the marriage. In this hiccups and turmoil, there is some more characters performed by Suresh Krishna, Shankar, Vijay Menon, Shankar enter the scene to make this film even more dependable to the next happening. Resul Pookutty came up in a cameo nothing else. Lal has not to much to do in this film, Revathi as usual with her style made up her character. Jagathy Sreekumar and KPAC Lalitha also just done their parts.

                                          Narration of "Father's Day" could be made more attractive, then it will be the different catch. Kalavoor Ravikumar who had scripted some movies like "Nammal", "Ishtam" and "Swale" perhaps done a bit more study to bring this "Father's Day" to the silver screen. S.G.Raman's visuals are at okay level and Editing done by K. Sreenivas. Music is not so worthy with the hands of M.G.Sreekumar and Sajiv Mangalath. O.N.V. Kurup and B.Sreerekha penned the lyrics for this film. For the banner of Bharath Creations, J. Bharath Samuel produced "Fathers Day" brought to the theatres by ITL Entertainments Release.

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