Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti - A horrible misadventure
Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti-A horrible misadventure
Thursday 12 May 2016
Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti
Kunchacko Boban, Shamlee
Debutant director Rishi Sivakumar’s Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti had created quite a buzz following the acceptance for its peppy numbers and the colourful presentation of those songs, even before the film came out.
Sadly, it is evident that the youngsters involved in its making have some fractured visuals and what is in store at the cinemas is a horrible misadventure.
The story happens in the early 1990s in some village, with an old theatre as the backdrop.
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Vinayan (Kunchacko Boban) is an operator there and his gang of friends is at loggerheads with the local moneybags named Bhagawan (Suresh Krishna), whose daughter is Sridevi (Shamlee).
Love happens pretty easily in this territory and instead of narrating any story that is worth your penny or even some decent comedy, there are some boring skits happening with stale jokes that make you cringe.
The highlights of the film are its camera and music. But like the saying too much of a good thing, we get bored listening to loud music all the time and picture perfect visuals, both without any reason!
It’s tough to discuss more about the film without giving clues about the climax and let us leave it at that.
As the end titles start rolling after testing your patience for almost 150 minutes, all you would search for is some tablet for headache.
Kunchacko Boban looks good but it is high time that the actor thinks seriously about his choice of scripts. Shamlee has a disappointing comeback with plastic smile and a single expression all along.
Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti is an exercise in vain. This one has elements for a good music album but ends up as a pathetic feature film. Never a good sign when you’re looking at your watch instead of the screen.
Valleem Thetti Pulleem Thetti Review Verdict: A horrible misadventure