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Alamara has hit the screens recently and let’s see how it has turned out to be.
Alamara commences with a forsaken cupboard. It is voiced beautifully by comedian Salim Kumar. The cupboard explains how it is in the present situation. How its life is related with the lead characters Aditi Ravi and Sunny Wayne forms the essence of the plot. Aditi is hitched to Sunny Wayne, the latter falling for the former after rejecting various proposals. The two eventually shifts to Bengaluru where they are having a job. But things don’t turn out to be pleasant after both their parents have clash of egos. Then things intensify when the cupboard is presented to Sunny as a gift by the parents of Aditi.
Director Midhun Manuel Thomas has managed to entertain the audiences with sufficient satire and he is not partial towards any one gender as far as frictions between the couple is concerned. The director has etched characters which the audience can relate themselves with. Alamara has those characters that live in a middleclass family in Kerala.
Aditi Ravi who debuts with Alamara has done a convincing act in her role of a bank employee. Sunny Wayne, who has acted in supporting roles (this is his second attempt as a lead actor) gives a spontaneous act. Manikantan, Renji Panicker and Saiju Kurup take care of the comedy. There are some newcomers in the movie in prominent roles. Sonu Anna Jacob has done a convincing act in this film.
• There is lot of situational comedies in the film.
• One could relate himself/herself with some of the moments in the flick.
What’s not there?
The plot of the flick is in the predictable lines. It is somewhat similar to that of serials.
The movie is a one-time watch family entertainer.
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