It looks like ‘Seetha Kalyanam’, with classical music blaring in the background, plenty of laddus and jilebis being served around and marigold garlands adorning every nook and corner of the screen...
Sreeni walks into her life, and the pleasant girl that she is, slowly turns out be a Madonna in Body of Evidence, though she displays none of the malice, none of the spite that Rebecca displays.
Instead, she weeps her way into Sreeni’s heart, and the man succumbs before her mean spirited plans.
The only excuse perhaps for Nimisha is well, that she is in love..!!
Her realization though, couldn’t have come along at a worse time, since she has come all the way from Bangalore to see Sreeni getting married to Abhirami (Geethu). Abhi, on the other hand has her own personal battles to deal with, since she had always been in love with Ambi (Indrajith)..
So the film is all about the big, fat wedding, if you may call it that. Nimisha is seen to be generally having a good time around, until the moment of ‘enlightenment’.
Post enlightenment however, she seems to be some psycho who is after Sreeni, clinging on to his back, and making him realize that perhaps he is in love with her as well.
Sreeni, on the other hand seems quite unsure about his feelings for her, and even after the film has ended, one need to look around real hard to see if the man had any feelings for her at all...!!
She almost always suggests that she is ready to withdraw from the scene, but never means to do so either.
Finally, when she does make a dramatic exit, she sees to it that Sreeni has been pushed to a corner, with no chances whatsoever to move away...
His character is so one-dimensional, that even if he vanishes from the scene, nobody would really care. Except Nimisha ofcourse..
Cast & Crew:
Cast: Jayaram, Jyothika, Indrajith, Geethu Mohandas, Jagdish, Janardhanan, Siddique, Bhiman Raghu, Manorama, Devi Ajith, Bindu Panicker, Kalpana
Director: Rajeev Kumar
Producer: Meneka Suresh Kumar
Lyrics: BR Prasad
Cinematography: Rajeev Ravi