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Review : "Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam"

Joe Chalissery seems to be goes deep into the direction that he forget about the narration pattern of his directorial malayalam movie "Bhoopadhathil Illatha Oridam". Script perhaps juggle in many aspects with characters are not on the mark. On the whole, "Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam" is a mistake made by its makers and it is better to stay away from this one.....

       It points out the life of a school teacher Madhavankutty (Sreenivasan), who lives in the village named Vattanathra. Madhavankutty is working in the vattanthra village, while his wife Vimala (Rajshree) and their two childrens resides in a nearby village. Now begins the real
story with a theft in Vattanathra village, where Panchayat President Ezhuthachan played by Nedumudi Venu, and Police Inspector Idicula (Innocent) ask Madhavankutty to be the witness of this theft, who is completely unaware of this incident. In this hiccup first half takes the interval to show the mockery events in the second half.

         Second half just flies off above your head, with Madhavankutty flees from the village and one more incident came to the light, which is a rape. After this you just get out of your track to figure out, whats going on. More to the bruise loves takes place between an uemployed young man Murali (Nivin Pauly) and a maid Bhama (Iniya). Actors like Sreenivasan, Nedumudi Venu, Nivin Pauly fails to hold the characters stature and its better to not to talk about the rest of the cast. On over that double meaning dialogues from Innocent takes the test of your bearing ability.

            Director Joe Chalissery just wasted the brilliant opportunity that he get with "Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam". Technical aspects also not works well, when the story and direction mislead from the path. Sameer Haq's cinematography and Sajith Unnikrishnan's editing looks usual. One good relief is that songs from the hands of Mohan Sithara and lyrics were penned by Rafeeq Ahamed and Engendiyoor Chandrashekharan. For the banner of David Kachappilly Productions, David Kachappilly is the producer of this malayalam movie "Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam".

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