Thattathin Marayathu (2012) Review Aggregator
The audience has apparently taken a huge liking to Vineeth Sreenivasan’s new directorial venture ‘Thattathin Marayathu’, but critics are divided in their opinions on the film. Verdicts range from good to average. Here are a few of them.
Rediff thinks it lacks intensity: “The screenplay does try to be interesting going back and forth in the first half, and even has cheeky humour punctuating the proceedings. But, after a while, it feels as if the story is stuck in ‘no man’s land’, not knowing whether to adopt a serious tone or go with the humorous flow.”
Nowrunning agrees wholeheartedly: “Vineeth Sreenivasan’s ‘Thattathin Marayathu’ has a few gung-ho moments here and there, and does keep you engaged with its proceedings. What it lacks is a story that is convincing, and its movements along predictable territory could make you care even less about the love that blossoms in it.”
Sify says its very good: “A feel good romantic film hasn’t been one of the favourite genres in Malayalam for pretty long. No surprises if Thattathin Marayathu makes you feel romantic, with its cuteness and innate honesty. Don’t miss this one!”
Tags: Isha Talwar, Nivin Pauly, Thattatin Marayathu, Vineeth Sreenivasan