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Review : "My Boss"

Dileep scores again with his popularity to put on the malayalam movie "My Boss" in the entertaining zone and it is the malayalam version of hollywood hit "The Proposal". Here and there it feel like some awkward moments goes through your mind, but at the end it's a entertaining one and worth the watch.

      Starts off with the Manu Varma (Dileep), who's dreaming to go abroad and with that ambition joins the IT firm based in Mumbai, as an assistant to Priya Nair (Mamtha Mohandas), who is the boss. Everyone is in the office is so obsessed with the Boss, but She doesn't care about that and follows the strict discipline in the office. Manu Varma is an engineering degree holder, but lands up
for this assistant job because of some family problems.Now the job goes on with the tussle between the fiery boss and her assistant.

        On the move of this story, Priya Nair is expecting a promotion and in the middle of that she has some visa issues to settle, which led her to implement a false story of an affair between her and Manu Varma and soon going to get married. Now the Manu Varma's time to take sweet revenge on his boss's cruelty and bring his Australian native bride Priya Nair to Kerala, which forms the rest of the part.

          Dileep looks better with his refreshing look and as usual no match to his comedy roles again at his best. Mamtha Mohandas is better on her side, but looks to be lost during some major scenes. Sai Kumar manages to create some laugh along with Kalabhavan Shajohn. Mukesh, Seetha, Ganesh Kumar, Valsala Menon, Dharmajan Bolgatty and others done their parts pretty well.

                Director Jeethu Joseph added a every bit of things like humor and romance to suite better to its star Dileep. Jeethu Joseph could add some more missing elements which add spice to the second half. Anil Nair's cinematography brilliantly adapted the beauty and charm of Allapuzha and V.Saajan's editing also needs a clap. Sejo John and M.Jayachandran's songs are good with the lyrics of Santhosh Varma and East Coast Vijayan. Manjunatha and Kas release bring this malayalam movie "My Boss" to the theatres, which is being produced by East Coast Communications.

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