Saturday , May 20 2017


The title itself is very catchy and the director Rohith V S won’t allow his debut movie to get a boring title. Adventures of Omanakuttan is a latest release in malluwood starring Asif Ali and Bhavana in lead. The movie is a calm and quiet one without any pre release stunts. Adventures of Omanakuttan tells the classic “opposite poles attract” story but is not a cliche love story.

The story revolves around the life of Omanakuttan who is an employee at the Customer Care Centre of Clintonica Hair Oil based in Mysore, and Pallavi, (Bhavana), a Kannada girl and a very smart dance student. 

Omanakuttan is so obsessed with his job and his own world that a second person will feel something wrong in him. He is not so sociable and tries to remain in his comfort zone. Pallavi in the other hand is a glorious and beautiful dancer. She is so graceful and has lots of friends circle just opposite to Omanakuttan’s character. Pallavi is also a ghost hunter in profession. She is preparing for a dance performance called Flamenco in Spain and in the middle they meet each other. The difference in their character seems to change and let them accept one another. This change and the funny incidents in the midst is beautifully depicted by the director.

Performance wise Asif Ali is excellent. His introvert character neatly portrayed by the youth star. He really did his homework well for this character. Bhavana as Pallavi is so graceful and energetic. It’s the first time we are seeing a lady ghost hunter on screen. And she beautifully completed it. Aju Varghese, Saiju Kurup, Siddique, V K Prakash, Sivaji Guruvayoor, Mridul Sivakumar, Santhosh Keezhattoor, Sreekumar, Srinda Ashab, and Archana Jayakrishnan are among the other actors and they all did their parts perfectly.

The movie has got Akhil George as cinematographer. There is so much freshness in frames. The brilliant cuts of the movie was made by Livingston Mathew and those cuts are precise and sharp. The music department is handled by Arun Muraleedharan and Dawn Vincent and we get some sweet and melodious songs from them.

As said earlier the movie is a debutant’s work of Rohith VS . But the success of a debutant lies in visualising a movie without making us think that this is indeed a debut work.
Overall the movie is a feel good movie suitable for all age groups.

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