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Review : "Friday"

Good attempt from the good crew to give some new aspects to the taste of malayalees, thats what comes through our mind, while watching Lijin Jose directed malayalam movie "Friday 11-11-11". Script gave some perfect situation to "Friday" that narration looks handy and some good locations of Alappuzha makes this malayalam movie a watchable one......

           Its like a bundle of stories that came one on one, starts with Balu (Fahad Fazil), who earns his bread by driving Auto Rickshaw and going through the worst period of life due to poor condition of living. Now began the process of connecting each other to get them into the one junction. Next up is Muneer (Manu), who happens
to be the son of Auto Rickshaw owner that Balu drives on daily rent. Muneer lives his life like easy go and stay in his own mood.

                Purshothaman (Nedumudi Venu) lands up in Alappuzha for the purchasing that relates to his grand daughters wedding. There are some more characters like Jincy (Ann Augustine) lover of Muneer, a couple preparing to adopt a child, a pregnant woman and so on. Balu terms out to be the main link between these incident happens in Alappuzha on a day. Incident on that friday led the rest of the characters to meet out on one point which forms the story of this malayalam film "Friday".

                 Fahad Fazil performs well with his nice and brief appearance, Nedumudi Venu develops his character pretty well. Manu, Ann Augustine, Vijaya Raghavan, Asha Sharath, Tiny Tom, Prakash Bare, Baiju Ezhupunna and others justified there characters pretty comfortably. Najeem Koya's script could be some more interesting, but it could easily remind you of recent release like "Ee Adutha Kaalathu", which set out the new trend in 2012, hopes to see more multiple format in near future because its just the begining.

                   Lijin Jose looks out to be the good future prospect in the field of Direction and how he handled his first movie its appreciable. Songs from Roby Abraham with visuals by Jomon Thomas add freshness to the feel of "Friday". Manoj's editing looks neat and compact. Innovative Film Concepts Banner, Thomas Joseph Pattathanam is the producer of this malayalam movie "Friday 11-11-11".

                      If you make it to this malayalam film "Friday", then share your bundle of story through your valuable comments..........

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