A movie that starts off as a mild and innocuous comedy with the usual cliches, crumbles by the second after the first few minutes.
The progressive deterioration of the movie due to obvious sub-standard screenplay, amateur direction, excruciatingly painful dialogs and the miserable attempt at slapstick comedy ranks this as probably one of the worst movies of recent times. It will undoubtedly rank as the worst of Anoop Menon's brief and enterprising career.
By the time the movie drags into the second half, artificiality rules the roost.
Peppered with frivolous sexual innuendos and characters that appear and disappear with no rhyme or reason , scene after scene , the director enthralls himself by taking the crassness of the movie down by several notches every time you think he has hit the nadir. With actors such as Bhavana and Anusree with Anoop, one would be tempted to assume that this would have turned out to be at least barely watchable. There are of course some frames and dialogs that invariably brings a giggle to the viewer, but it's definitely not worth enduring the whole duration for those few and far between chuckles. A total dud of a movie probably earned all its limited brownie points for the climax scene between Sarah (Bhavana) and Jeevan (Anoop) with predictable dialogs probably written and enacted by the protagonists without anyone's prodding.
The oft repeated message that is repackaged in this movie too is that love and respect are the only ingredients needed for a happy married life. If both can make sure that you try and act as if you at least understand your partner's dreams, that in itself becomes a lasting bond for any relationship.
Even the nice tunes by Bijibal gets drowned in the cacophony of this unbearable feast.