Thrissivaperoor Kliptham Review: Offers fun and nothing more!
The main release which graced the screens here in Kerala this Friday was Thrissivaperoor Kliptham directed by a debutant named Ratheesh Kumar. PS Rafeeq had written the screenplay of this fun film in which Young Star Asif Ali, Chemban Vinod, Baburaj and Aparna Balamurali played the lead characters. Fareed Khan and Shaleel Azees had bankrolled this flick under the banner of Whitesands Media House. The superb trailer of this movie which released weeks back had made this flick one among the most anticipated movie of this month.
The plot of this flick revolves around the characters named David, Chembadan Joy and Girija Vallabhan. Chembadan Joy played by Baburaj and David played by Chemban Vinod are rivals from the childhood. They always try to outsmart the other. Then comes a youngster named Girija Vallabhan into the gang of David and they begin planning a plot against Chembadan Joy. Meanwhile, an auto driver named Bhageerathy played by Aparna Balamurali also comes into the life of Girija Vallabhan.
We can say that Ratheesh Kumar had made an impressive debut by giving us a decent fun filled entertainer. The screenplay from PS Rafeeq has filled with comic one liners and situations tailor made to create humor. The director had presented it in an engaging manner as well. But at times we may feel that it drags a bit. The length of the movie is only around 2 hours and if still the viewer feels that it is not moving at a good pace, then that can ruin the entertainment. But we can’t say that this flick is boring or lagging. It offers us lot of great comic situations and many moments to laugh. But there is a feeling that something is missing somewhere, especially, when it comes to the last 15 to 20 minutes.
Performance from each and every artist was great. Asif Ali once again came up with a cool performance and he is definitely growing big as an actor. Chemban Vinod and Baburaj was as energetic as always and they had become the backbone of this movie. Aparna Balamurali was impressive as well as the bold and tough auto driver named Bhageerathy. Others like Irshad, Rony, Abi, Sunil Sugatha, Jayaraj Warrier, TG Ravi, Sreejith Ravi etc also done a really good job in it and everybody will make you laugh for sure.
DOP of this flick was Swaroop Philip and he did a very good job by creating the right atmosphere to tell the story, through his visuals. Music was tuned by Bijipal and he too had done a decent job. Shameer Muhammad did a good job as editor but we have to say that he was not at his best considering the drop in pace in the narration at certain points.
In total, Thrissivaperoor Kliptham is a one-time watchable fun film which will not let you down, if you go without the burden of expectations. It offers nothing extra ordinary but it has something novel in it.