Story: An alright tale, the story is about three men Pappan, Vishu, Louie (prathap pothen, kunchako boban, biju menon) who end up in jail due to various reasons. Here, they come across Dr Issac (narain) a criminal psychologist who changes their minds with his inspirational words. All three come out and start leading a new life. The story takes a turn when Dr Issac is facing a divorce case and he is unable to see his only son. The trio decides to kidnap that boy so that things will change for Dr Issac. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with an entertaining kind of storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were decent. The script was average and the screenplay was entertaining in few places. The background score was nice and Cinematography was the best. Editing was required during first half. Costumes were well knit and visually nice while the art department was natural. Prathap Pothen didn’t have to struggle with his role and did well. kunchacko Boban was also cool. Biju Menon was the best as he gave smiles in every scene. Janani Iyer looks good and nothing more. Anjana Menon was appealing. The others didn’t have much to offer.
Conclusion: On the paper the subject and the plot looks very interesting and entertaining but in order to convert it into a celluloid format, the skills of the director must be good. In this film, the first half is rather slow and goes at sluggish pace. It is only in the second half there are some interesting moments. The length of the film is a deterrent. Basically the technical and production values along with good performances compensated for the slack. At the box office, this has a scope to land in profit zone if it can be pushed aggressively by the makers. Bharatstudent verdict: Good subject for family audience, can be watched once