Chaappa Kurishu Disappoints
Review By: Deepthy Kamal
Sameer Thahir’z Chaappa Kurishu in the bliss of wisdom. It reveals the very thought of how to be care in the technical domestic usages. The ambiance itself flourishes with the hai- bye Cochin culture.
The story revolves around Fahad as Arjun Samuel who enjoys life with the full ambience as a rich personality and Vineeth as Ansari a common man. Both of them met at Cochin. Ansari gets the i-phone of Arjun accidently which had all the personal moments with his girlfriend. After that Arjun is behind Ansari to get back the phone without any misuse of his personal belongings is the plot of the movie.
We can’t able to find the real villain character, because at some point it is vague. Both have the negative image like Fahad and Vineeth. The film is actually a crawling just after the interval. In some aspects it can narrate within one hour neatly and aptly. But it didn’t happen. Here the director made a healthy comparison of two strata of life through the characters Arjun and Ansari by giving two different aids and style of living.
Among the lead cast Vineeth and Fahad had done quite well. Fahad can be said as the find of the film; he had come a long way as an actor from his forgettable debut film Kaiyethum Doorathu. Niveditha too had done with her part. Roma had nothing much to do. Remya Nambeeshan adds glamour to the film, and watching her in this film gives a feeling that we have Junior Jyothirmayi in the making.
Background score of the movie was something rare with the very touch of Rex Vijayan with his bass guitar. Director Sameer Thahir too made a trench attempt to bud the sticky theme before the viewers. Sameer who had also co-written the screenplay with Unni.R disappoints.
The total output is not up to the expected one. Because the posters had made way to hope more from this movie with the Avail band. On the whole Chappa Kurish neither is a Chappa nor a Kurishu, but end up somewhere in between.