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Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla (2013) Malayalam Movie Review Aggregator

Submitted by on February 11, 2013 – 7:10 pmOne Comment |

V K Prakash’s new film ‘Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla’ has opened to mostly positive reviews all around. The film stars Fahad Fazil, Kamalinee Mukherji and Rima Kallingal in the lead roles. Read on.

Nowrunning feels the film is a mixed bag: “‘Natholi’ isn’t a consistently enjoyable film that you would fall in love with over the weekend. It does prod your thoughts however, and keeps you intellectually engaged. Small fish it certainly ain’t; but then, it ain’t really big fish either.”

Rediff exhorts you not to miss this one: “The turmoil that a writer goes through while creating characters and  preventing them from taking a life of their own can be looked at from the philosophical to outright whacky way. Director V. K. Prakash does it in a whacy way in his new film Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla written by Shankar Ramakrishnan with Fahadh Faasil in the lead.”

Sify thinks the film has an eye for the unexceptional: “Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla is witty and hooks you straight into the narrative with its inherent charm. It’s not at all like what you have seen in Malayalam before and it is imperative to applaud the sincerity of the makers. Don’t miss this one, if you have an eye for the unconventional.

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