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Review : "Up and Down Mukalil Oralundu"

T K Rajeev Kumar's latest directorial "Up and Down Mukalil Oralundu" looks to be of more ostentatious rather than maintaining the same pacy story telling, that we have to go through the first half. Here the script is a let down, where the suspense wasn't properly accommodated in the given lift. However the film has its moment, which led us to give this movie a verdict of one time watch.......

 Thampuran (Indrajith) is a lift operator, who daily face the different type
of resident's in the apartment, who are writer Govindan Nair (Prathap Pothen), a builder Sam Christy (Baiju) and his wife Prassana (Remya Nambeesan), IT specialist Suraj (Rejith Menon) and his girlfriend Mitra (Shruthi Menon), Shanku (Master Devaraman) and an NRI from America, Cheriyan (Nandu). Everything has been arranged for the society's anniversary celebration. They also invite commissioner of police, Siyaad (K B Ganesh Kumar) as a chief guest.

 Above mentioned all characters take lift to reach the top floor for the celebration, instead of moving above, the lift get break down in the middle. All the nine people find themselves in the trouble, when the lift operator Thampuran disclose that, lady of the night (Meghnaraj) has disappeared, who's been in the apartment to meet somebody. Now the commissioner take on the initiative to solve the whole scenario, which forms the rest of the story.

 The first half sails through pretty comfortably and appears to be an engaging one, but second half immerse the whole plot in a mess. Director T K Rajeev Kumar seems to have muddled up in the second half, where the things looked out of his hands. Scriptwriter Sunny Joseph and Manuel George haven't taken on the responsibility to finish off the script in thrilling manner. Jomon T Thomas's visual looks good within the space of a miniature surrounding. Editing wasn't on the good side by B Ajith Kumar.

 Indrajithh does his character with ease, while Prathap Pothen, Meghnaraj and K B Ganesh Kumar provide their good support to the characters. Baiju, Remya Nambeesan, Rejith Menon, Nandu, Vijaya Kumar, Kochupreman, Jai Krishnan and others have just managed the average level, may because of huge cast in the small space. Music wasn't soothe the mood with the hands of M Jayachandran with the lyrics of Rafeeq Ahamed. For the banner of Blue Mermaid Picture Company, V Balachandran, Latha Kurien Rajeev and R Karunamoorthy are the producers of this Malayalam movie "Up and Down Mukalil Oralundu".

 If you have manage to enter this lift in Malayalam film "Up and Down Mukalil Oralundu", so join us with your precious comments.....

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