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Wednesday, 28 February 2024 8.33 AM IST

Karikku director's debut has plenty of laughs; Suraj dons humour again

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Stories that narrate the doings and day-to-day activities of friends cloistered in a rural setting have graced the Malayalam film industry many times. The Adityan Chandran-directed ‘Enkilum Chandrike’ falls in the list but is distinct in its treatment. Adithyan has carved a name for himself as a director with lauded web series for Karikku. His initial foray into movies doesn’t disappoint and is also special for the return of Suraj Venjaramoodu into essaying humourous roles.

Suma Latha arts club, unrequited love, and a wedding mishap form the listicle that is palatable enough to treat the audience with chortles and sometimes side-splitting laughs. Basil Joseph who is in a supporting role gets most of the laurels for his comic portrayal. The movie is produced by Vijay Babu along with Forgotten Malayalam heroine Ann Augustine.

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