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Review : "Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukutty"

I don't think so, one would believe that director of movies like "Indian Rupee" and "Spirit" will go for a movie which doesn't suite the kind that director Ranjith had earlier offered. "Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukutty" won't work out in sense of execution, while story is definitely there. Director Ranjith seems to be juggled up in two phase as director and scriptwriter. At the end, "Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukutty" disappoints and leave it on you as its your choice.

 In this story, we get Mathukutty (Mammootty), who lives in Germany with his family consist of wife Jansamma (Muthumani) working as nurse and the two kids, who have no
special liking for their father. Jansamma all over dominates Mathukutty, who is unemployed. Malayali Association in Germany decide to celebrate their silver jubilee and arrange a grand program on this occasion. For this, Association entrust Mathukutty to convince the Malayalam movie actor to take part in this silver jubilee program.

 This trip to Kerala was a big relief for Mathukutty as he get few days to stay away from his family. After his arrival to Kerala, Mathukutty develops the new phase in his native village Plankamon in Pathanamthitta, where he meets some peoples within his days in Kerala. To brief situation, Mathukutty face many interesting elements, whether it is retired teacher Thomas (Nedumudi Venu), Street singer Rafi (Harishree Ashokan), all have their place to move the story forward.

 Director Ranjith, who recently made some movies, which particularly takes a dig at the pretentious society. Now with this movie, he tries to inject the same element, but the impact wasn't there. This time it looks script hasn't supported the way Ranjith directed the movie. Technical department was at its best, in which Madhu Neelakandan's visual composition maintained the superb scenes. Thej Mervin's background score is fine in parts. Editing finds the best cut with Sandeep Nandakumar.

 Mammootty played his character with ease and no doubt the character wasn't that tough to his caliber. P Balachandran, Muthumani and Alisha Mohammed have justified their characters, while Nedumudi Venu, Tini Tom, Shekhar Menon, Siddique, Harishree Ashokan, Nandhu, Balachandra Menon and others have done their parts in fine manner. Music was just average with the hands of Shahabaz Aman with the lyrics of Anu Elizabeth Jose. For the banner of August Cinemas, Shaji Nadesan, Santosh Sivan and Prithviraj Sukumaran are the producers of this Malayalam movie "Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukutty".

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