Story: An unusual tale, the story is about Preman (fahad) who aspires to become a writer in the film industry but ends up becoming a caretaker in a multi-storey residential complex. His job is to be available at all times to the needs of the apartment residents. In this process, he is also treated like a slave by Prabha (kamalinee) a tour organizer. An incident happens wherein Preman is bashed by Prabha and other ladies of the apartment and he decides to quit. But his Guru advises him to take revenge in his own way. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with a completely different subject and while the presentation was nice, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were entertaining. The script was unpredictable and the screenplay was engrossing. The background score was below average and songs were also not that good. Cinematography was masterly. Editing was crisp. Costumes were trendy while the art department was appealing. Fahadh Faasil has come up with yet another excellent performance in both roles. Kamalinee Mukherjee is not only seductive but very good in her act. Mukundan was excellent. Rima Kallingal was ravishing. The others didn’t have much to offer.
Conclusion: Mollywood has always been the hub for different cinema and it must be said that this could be a trendsetting genre. The first half goes in a rather funny and entertaining manner but as it progresses it becomes serious. The second half is more intense and has few exciting moments. Of course, there are few logical loopholes but overall this is a film which leaves with a good feeling. At the box office, this ocudl appeal to the thinking audience and it could become an above average grosser. Bharatstudent verdict: For select audience who want some thinkable material, a different genre though