Actor Sharafudheen, who has efficiently damaged out of his earlier mould of comic, comes up with one other memorable efficiency after ‘Aarkkariyam’
By the point Priyan Ottathilanu ends, one is left questioning concerning the contents of the various movie scripts that Priyadharshan, the protagonist, has saved safely inside an outdated field. For here’s a man, who’s operating round fixing the issues of any particular person he comes throughout, that it could be a miracle if he will get the time to sit down down and write even a web page a day.
As if to elucidate this, there’s a blink-and-miss scene of him trying to put in writing a script at evening. In one other scene, he tells somebody that he derives inspiration to put in writing from the many individuals and circumstances that he comes throughout day by day. Not like the character, the screenwriter duo of Abhayakumar and Anil Kurian should have had fairly an inexpensive period of time to weave collectively a script which stays partaking, even when it doesn’t have any main conflicts or out-of-the-box components.
Their protagonist Priyan (Sharafudheen), a homeo physician and an aspiring scriptwriter, comes throughout as the one drawback solver in your entire locality. His palms are full around the clock, with every part from the flat’s drainage drawback to points confronted by random individuals he meets on the highway touchdown up on his shoulder, a lot in order that he has hardly any time left for his household, or himself.
Director: Antony Sony
Solid: Sharafudheen, Nyla Usha, Aparna Das
In his sophomore effort after C/O Saira Banu, director Antony Sony banks on the story of this man who takes selflessness to unbelievable limits. Though riddled with moments which appear to be written to take advantage of the feel-good issue, the script nonetheless manages to hook the viewers to get them to run together with Priyan, making his issues their very own.
The movie focuses totally on the happenings of a single day, when he’s required to deal with fairly a couple of of those issues collectively. The character of Priscilla (Nyla Usha), who’s battling psychological well being points, is launched seemingly so as to add another obstruction to his path. Though the character doesn’t have a terrific backstory, the altering contours of her interactions with Priyan livens up the latter half.
However at no level does one get the impression that Priyan is dealing with an insurmountable process, as he proceeds from fixing one difficulty to a different; an impression which works towards the movie. Priyan’s cousin (Biju Sopanam), portrayed as a troublesome character, at occasions comes throughout because the sanest of the lot, particularly throughout a compromise discuss presided over by a ‘non secular guru’.
Sharafudheen, who has efficiently damaged out of his earlier mould of comic, comes up with one other memorable efficiency after Aarkkariyam. Regardless of the overdose of feel-goodness, Priyan Ottathilanu manages to maintain the viewers engaged.
Priyan Ottathilanu is presently operating in theatres