The comedy scenes in the movie are so unimaginative that the audience is expected to laugh at cartoon like steam blowing out of the nose and ears. Here though the basic plot line is noble one-to ponder in to todays relationships which lacks depth, the execution was to every extend a weak one. Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal ഏഴു സുന്ദര രാത്രികൾ is a sequence of unpredictable events that unfolds during a course of seven days and nights of a bridegroom-in-waiting. For More Log On : www. When I finally got down to see the movie I checked the cast and the crew. Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal Movie release in.
Bottomline:-Don't watch the movie with the expectation that you can take away much from it. Lal Jose-Dileep partnership usually brings something good. Abid Harishree Ashokan , Franco Tiny Tom , Daisy Praveena and a few others just seven days before the marriage. An inebriated Aby decides to go to Sini to invite her for his marriage. Rima has done a fair job with what she was given. And if you were expecting romance, forget about it. Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal Movie is Directed by Lal Jose, Written by James Albert, Music by Prashant Pillai, Editing by Ranjan Abraham, Starring: Dileep, Rima Kallingal, Murali Gopy, Tini Tom, Harishree Ashokan, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Sekhar Menon, Arun, Ramu, Praveena, Suja Menon, Ambika Mohan, Surabhi, Anil Rajgopal.
It depicts how his life is tossed over when he happens to meet his ex-flame once again before his D'day. Sini talks high of her husband Alex Murli Gopy , a boxer, with whom she has a son as well. Director Lal Jose tries to explore the hollowness of relationships in this movie but somewhere gets lost in the maze of people entangled in the same. Aby Mathew Dileep is an ad film-maker who is about to marry his model Ann Parvathy Nambiar. They choose steps which are bound to lead to bizarre consequences. Tini and ashok though a small part did what is expected of them.
The events take an ugly turn when Aby and Sini's paths cross again and again. There is a hurried attempt at the last 15 minutes of the movie which seems to project forced connections amongst various people and events. Aby throws a bachelors party for his bunch of friends viz. In an attempt to bring in suspense, Lal Jose tries very hard to set his cards right but fails. The director who gave Classmates has never touched that sublime moment after that. The marketing of products is so deliberate that it is hard to imagine if Lal Jose did this for the money or he actually believed in the script, which is very low in imagination.
The duo sets out hazy attempts to retrace their steps and discover where things go wrong. Rima Kallingal failed to impress me but the real disappointment comes from Dileep whose slapstick made me barf. Then, the plot loses its credibility as character start behaving like they are doing some crime but seemingly are not. Through Abid, Aby learns of his ex-flame Sini's Reema Kallinga presence in the same city with whom he had a fall-out just a few days before their marriage. Aby also boasts of his fiancée.
It tries to speak of adultery but then realizes what it meant is nothing related to adultery. Overall, the movie and its subject could have been handled in a much better manner. Then things go haywire when Dileep meets his ex-girlfriend in an inebriated state. Because the audience cannot connect with the characters. But the audience gets clueless till almost the end of the movie in connecting various events happening.
Cinematography by Pradessh Varma is good in certain frames. Movies starcast is Dileep, Murali Gopi, Murali Gopy, Parvathy Nambiar, Ranjan Abraham, Ambika Mohan, Rima Kallingal, Harisree Ashokan, Lal Jose, Tini Tom, Sekhar Menon, Pradeesh Varma, Praveena, Harishree Ashokan, Parvathi, Suja Menon, Anil Rajagopal, Altas Ali, Prakash Varma, Rathish Ambat,. . The script falls flat in terms of justifying why a character is behaving in a particular manner. While I may have chuckled few times, the whole story is something of a terrible, avoidable melodrama. Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal is a Comedy movie. .
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