The media and the social network fraternity are in a tizzy over the recently released film Trivandrum Lodge.
The film's provocative dialogues, under the guise of 'boldness', have been criticized by a considerable number of viewers. Many have been surprised on how the film managed to get a clearance from the censors.
A few months back there were strong protests from various quarters against Amal Neerad's Bachelor Party, which incidentally is a copy of Hong Kong director Johnnie To's 2006 film Exiled.
One film magazine has written that scenarist Anoop Menon and director V K Prakash has made even the vulgarity in Bachelor Party look less harmful with Trivandrum Lodge.