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Review : "Diamond Necklace"

Lal Jose magic is back on the silver screen with the glittering "Diamond Necklace" stole out the show putting rest of all things aside. Good script molded into the brilliant visuals and well planned situations. Normal plot showcased in a emphatic and charming way, that it steal your eyes attention itself. Hurry up......... "Diamond Necklace" is waiting for you............ 


                                  Talking about the story, Dr. Arun performed by Fahad Fazil, is an oncologist, as usual like any youngsters living over excited with the charm that Dubai provided in his life. Resides in the expensive flat in the world in Burj Khalifa. Dr. Arun has his life revolving around three charming ladies, One is nurse Lekshmi enacted by Gauthami Nair, next one is Maya performed by Samvrutha Sunil, a fashion
designer by profession and Rajashree essayed by Anushree, who is a dancer. These three women's are sure and confident about their proceedings in life, but these three women share a common factor that they all face the pinch bite of feeling called love. 


                                                   Dr. Arun's approach towards life lands him into the trouble in many situations and how he overcome these situations to survive with these three beauty webbed in the malayalam film "Diamond Necklace". Fahad Fazil is just excellent with the character does he played, Samvrutha Sunil rolls out herself in the surprising way, Gauthami Nair and Anushree also superb like icing on the cake. Sreenivasan as a mechanic shop owner and Maniyan Pilla Raju played the character of a top official, Rohini and others just complete the caricature pointed out by the Director.


                                           High five for Director Lal Jose as he came up with the new quality of film as per his previous films are concerned. Scripting by Iqbal Kuttipuram does justice with affordable humour and scenes. Ohh... brilliant......, what a best cinematographer we have Sameeer Thahir, amazing scenes sky down the incredible and unseen footage of Dubai. Music add another feather to the caps of "Diamond Necklace", Vidyasagar and Rafeeque Ahamed cracked the best out of their ability. Ranjan Abraham cuts the best way with his editing. For the banner of L.J.Films and Anitha Productions, Lal Jose and P.V.Pradeep jointly produced this malayalam movie "Diamond Necklace" is distributed by L.J.Films.


                                              If you make it to this malayalam film "Diamond Necklace", don't forget to drop your comments.........

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