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Sunday, 23 January 2011

Kudumbasree Travels; Review

Movie : Kudumbasree Travels Cast:Jayaram, Jagathi Sreekumar, Janardhanan, Maniyanpilla Raju, Mamukkoya, P. Sreekumar, Mohan Ayeroor, Kottayam Nazeer, Sidharth,  Kalabhavan Haneef, Shijoy, Vettukili Prakash, Niyas backer, Manoj, Bhavana, KPAC Lalitha, Kalpana, Radhika, Kulappilly Leela, Valsala Menon, Anjana.
Director: Kiran
Banner: Mythri Visuals
Music Director: Biji Bal
Lyricst: Vayalar Sharath Chandra Varma
Distributor: Central Pictures
Dialogue: Thomas Thoppilkudi 
Director Kiran’s ‘Kudumbasree Travels ‘is a movie which makes you smile from start to end.It’s a rather light hearted movie  with a simplistic storyline.Kudumbasree Travels narrates the incidents in the lives of a group of innocent people living with no modern facilities in Chithirapuram village. One day they set out on a journey to the town to attend the wedding of their dear Aravindan, a chakkyar koothu exponent, on an old bus named “Kudumbasree Travels”. This is the one and only bus service in their village. Aravindan’s uncle Pachu and his friend Nittar were conspiring to prevent this wedding from happening. Pachu’s intention is to get Aravindan married to his daughter instead allowing the impending marriage with a rich girl, Aswathi.
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On their way, the marriage party meets Sreedevi, who holds a lot of secrets. Here, the story changes its course and the film unfolds ensuing incidents with a touch of humour.
Jayaram has nothing much to do in the whole film and he shines whenever given a chance.Bhavana too has nothing much to do other than to pose as a bridegroom, most of the time. The rest of the cast have done a decent job.Kiran and Thomas Tthoppilkody have been able to interestingly weave a story around simple incidents which keeps your interest alive in most parts.The technical side is also impressive with Murali Raman and V T Sreejith doing good jobs in camera and editing. A couple of songs by Bijipal are passable while the BG scores are more impressive.
On the whole, ‘Kudumbasree Travels’ is a time-pass fare which offers an interesting watch.

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