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Review : "Ordinary"

Sugeeth directed malayalam movie "Ordinary" has its special aspects with the beautiful locations of Gavi, along with the untouched moments of KSRTC Bus. "Ordinary" on the context a nice one, but here and there you may feel its lack. Script can be more interesting, if its second half diversified well with the first half. Whole and Whole malayalam movie "Ordinary" a watchable one............

                                          Lets move on to the story, Iravikuttan Pillai performed by Kunchako Boban, Joins the KSRTC as a Bus Conductor. A KSRTC Bus which provides its services from Pathanamthitta to Gavi, While Iravi has its own way to mingle with the persons, likewise Iravi made a good company with Bus Driver Suku enacted by Biju Menon, who has its own flavour of talking with the rest
of the surroundings. Soon Iravi got very familiar with the Gavi's nature, as he find his love in Kalyani characterized by Shritha Sivadas, who hard works for her family for the living. That moves to story ahead to the serious concerns, which stretch too much this malayalam film "Ordinary".

                                                       Watch out for the chemistry of Chackochan and Biju Menon, especially Biju Menon dived into the character very well to make it a perfect one. An entertaining one is Vavachan by Baburaj, a drunkard, Again Baburaj turns out to be a good character. then other characters are at the okay level with Asif Ali as Pump Operator - Bhadran, Jishnu as School Master Jose, Ann Augustine as Post Woman Anna, Lalu Alex as Retired Teacher, T.P.Madhavan as Teashop Owner and his daughter Latha is enacted by Vaigha. KSRTC Bus is the other star, which is occassionally used well with the good mood.

                                                                     Faisal Ali's Camera works are at the best level with the perfect locations of Gavi, in which scenes get the stunning look. Well Sugeeth looks to be on the promising side with this malayalam movie "Ordinary", he carried out his movie on his shoulders pretty well. Script by Manu Prasad and Nishad Koya is a disappointing one, While Editing is done by V.Saajan. Music is good, especially the song "Sun Sun Sundari penne", leads to the moments of this great location. Vidyasagar and lyricist and producer Rajeev Nair done pretty well to came up with the good songs. For the banner of Lakshminath Creations and Magic Moon, Rajeev Nair is the producer of this malayalam movie "Ordinary".

                                              Let us know your opinion about this malayalam film "Ordinary" through comments..........


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