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Parameshwaran (Mary George), Madonna Sebastian (Celina), Krishna Shankar
(Koya), Shabbareesh Varma (Shambu), Manniyanpilla Raju (College Principal), Eva
Prakash (Celina Child), Althaf Salim, Jude Anthony Joseph (Dolly D’Cruz),
Alphonse Putharen (Roney Varghese), Soubin Sahir (PT Master), Vinay Forrt
(College Lecturer), Aishwarya Raghavan Nair, Renji Paniker (George’s father)
basic plot of the movie is to show the life of teenager, who gets infatuated,
falls in love, goes through his share of heartbreaks, cries his heart out,
drinks, smokes. The movie has got great reviews from various parts of Kerala,
but, I was not very happy to watch the movie. The way storytelling is done did
not appeal to me at all. One of the most beautiful emotion i.e. love is
the central theme of this movie, but it did not appear so. More than 80% of the
time, the boys are drinking, smoking and talking about love life. Director
intends to talk about one girl at one point of time (there are three in this).
What was the obsession behind showing that the girl is having strong contenders
around, since lot many are wooing a single girl. I would agree that, the
attempt to show a teenager’s life and habits is clear, but still, lot of drags
were felt in the movie. The movie might turn out to be a commercial hit, since
many youngsters may be able to relate with these, but I had a strong disconnect
with the whole movie. Lot of subplots is there in the movie without any reason.
Neither did those sub plots add any value to the movie nor any meaning to the
David. Timeline shows George’s birth in 1984 and it quickly moves to 2000. The
opening scenes are definitely good where George is trying to write a love
letter to Mary (Anupama Parameshwaran), whom he met in Church. Shambu
(Shabareesh Varma) and Koya (Krishna Shankar), George’s great friends,
accompany him to woo Mary. The initial few scenes are definitely very good, but
as the movie progresses, it starts dragging, many scenes were repetitive and
predictable. George had to face failure in his love for Mary.
they do lot of mischievous activities as well, don’t mind getting suspended,
come to the classroom drunk. At times, I felt that Nivin is being asked to imitate
Mohanlal. Up for ragging, comes across a guest lecturer Malar (Sai Pallavi).
George feels infatuated by her in the beginning, which slowly develops to love.
That also does not give a happy ending.
George’s life as an entrepreneur running Café Agape.
heartbreaks? What went wrong between Malar and George? Did a girl enter in the
third phase as well? Who is she?
writing love letter to Mary, his dialogue about Mary not required to change her
name after marriage since her father’s name is also George, his calling friends
in the midnight to ask whether he can call Mary or not, many of his teenager
antics, he and friends standing in awe when a traditional looking Malar does
break dance etc.
logic or relevance. One such scene was the college festival function, where one
person from George’s group dance drops at the last moment and somebody from
outside were brought to fill in the gap.
mention the transition happening to George when he moves from infatuation to
serious love to life-long commitment.
is watchable for its laughter moments and is also believable. It has its own
flaws as well.
2.5/5 (Average +)
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