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      Default ▀▄▀╚••KUNCHACKO BOBAN••╝▀▄▀ Chackochan's OFFICIAL THREAD ▀▄▀

      Finally Njan ithaa CHACKOCHANu, KUNCHACKO BOBANu oru official thread start cheyyukayaanu. I was a waiting for a BO hit for him to start one. Now it happened with Gulumaal.





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      pullide ettavum ishtapetta padangal...harikrishnan's, aniyathipravu

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      Thanks, put a better pic of his


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      2D MOVIE Review

      Genre: Comedy/Drama/Thriller

      Release date: Dec 4

      Director: V K Prakash

      Cast: Kunchacko Boban, Jayasurya

      DID YOU KNOW?
      V K Prakash is one of the finest ad filmmakers in the country. Kunchacko Boban makes his return to acting after a while and has Jayasurya in tow. Mithra Kurien, the heroine, has acted in a few Tamil films and will also be seen in Siddique’s Bodyguard. Y V Rajesh, the scenarist, makes his debut.

      STORYLINE: Ravi (Kunchacko) and Jerry (Jayasurya) are two conmen. Ravi became a fraud to save his father from jail, while Jerry has been born as one! Their escapades begin and there are quite a few twists and turns. We won’t tell any more regarding the story and be spoilsports!!

      REVIEW: The storyline obviously influenced by the Argentinean film Nueve Reinas or Nine Queens (the Bollywood movie Bluffmaster was in fact has traces of it as well), is a new experience for Malayali viewers. It’s a fun film and you don’t need to think much to enjoy this one. Watch out for Suraj Venjarammood and Bijukkuttan, who will provide some really nice gags.

      HIGHS: Some nice fun

      LOWS: Music and the length

      Verdict: 3 out of 5 (RACY ENTERTAINER)

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      Gulumaal - The Escape Sify review
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      Director V.K.Prakash's comedy caper is almost like a roller coaster ride, giving you no time to think, until its end credits start rolling. Though with a tighter script, better music and lesser length the film could have been even more entertaining, Gulumaal has some surprises and nice moments which make it a watchable fare.
      The whole story is a kind of a cat and mouse game involving the two protagonists, Ravi Varma (Kunchacko Boban) and Jerry (Jayasurya). Ravi is in need of a few lakhs to save his father from jail. He befriends Jerry, a hardcore conman, and the two start their journey involving shady activities from then on. Finally, they try selling the copy of a Raja Ravi Varma painting to a wealthy businessman named Emir (Devan) making him believe that it's an original piece and hoping to get some crores in the bargain.
      Things take some surprising twists and turns in between, which makes the story interesting. A parallel track of comedy involving Suraj Venjarammood and Bijukkuttan as two stupid cops has been used pretty well. Evidently inspired from Fabian Bielinsky's Nine Queens or even from its Bollywood version Bluffmaster, the film has some nice moments, curious turnarounds and a style, which is perhaps new in Malayalam.
      The honesty with which the director has presented the story is to be seen on screen. Y.V.Rajesh's script is a nice attempt, no doubt about that, but still gives the feeling that it could have been even better. The story goes along aimlessly after a while and the climax could have been truly spectacular, if it was told in a more intelligent way.
      Among the two leads, it is Kunchacko Boban who has come up with a stronger performance while Jayasurya's style of talking is perhaps his weak point here. The heroine, Mithra Kurien, who plays Jayasurya's sister and Kunchacko's love interest, looks okay in her job. The rest of the cast have limited roles to play and they all have done it pretty well. The visuals by Fouzia Fathima are fairly good and Manu Ramesan's music is okay, at best. The best thing about the film could be its unconventional narrative style. Take your kids along to the theatres and they will explain better why the film is quite a fun to watch!

      Verdict: Entertaining

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      GULUMAAL : GOOD FUN
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      Many people didnt have any expectations out of this small-budget movie shot on HDV video by adman VK Prakash having Jayasurya and Kunchacko Boban in the lead. But despite that, the film took a great opening today and was housefull for all the 4 shows with much fanfare. The film takes us back to the Priyadarshan/Siddique-Lal kind of cinema of yesteryears where unemployed youths do some ‘tharikida’ to get their hands on some money to solve their problems. And thankfully, the movie doesnt disappoint. It is surprisingly good and finally, it looks like VK Prakash will be having a solid hit on his hands.
      Gulumaal tells the story of two crooks – Jerry (Jayasurya) and Ravi Varma (Kunchacko Boban). Both of them are desperately in need of money, and they would do any tharikida to lay their hands on some money. Ravi is the softer crook among the two where as Jerry strongly believes that sentiments and emotions should be kept away in this profession. A police officer Shambhu, who is as stupid as the comic character Shikari Shambu, is on the look-out for these two as well. After a lot of conning, these two get a great deal on their hands when they get to sell a duplicate Raja Ravi Varma painting to a multi-millionaire(Devan). The confusion that follows forms the story of Gulumaal.
      VKP (as he is called in the ad-circuit) handles the movie effectively. He has taken a huge risk by shooting the movie on video(HDV). Even though celluloid is clearly missed and the film looks like a tele-film in many places, you dont really bother as there is enough activity going on in the movie to keep you engaged. But there are many advantages in shooting the film on video as well. You can make small movies in low budgets, save a lot of time and have options of multiple camera angles for the same shots. In fact, HD and HDV are supposedly the future in filmmaking (provided they do something to give us that feel of watching an actual film). The movie seems to be quite heavily inspired by a recent Hindi movie (I’m not giving away the name as that would reveal the ending). But I heard both these movies are inspired from the same foreign film called Nine Queens. In spite of that, VKP succeeds in giving his audience their share of fun throughout the movie. Even though the dialogues for characters like Suraaj are really silly (his jokes are very amateurish, but it goes in sync, bcoz his character is modeled on Shikari Shambhu), the director manages to handle them effectively and make people laugh for those really silly jokes. He has been able to extract neat performances from most of his cast members as well. VKP must be appreciated for taking risks with each movie of his. This time he has a decent script by YV Rajesh to support his experiments as well.
      Jayasurya shines as Jerry, the lead con-artist in the movie. His character has some grey shades and the young actor has portrayed it really well. He has been proving time and again that he is fit to do any kind of role unlike many of the other young actors now. Jayasurya’s trademark humour is intact and he scores quite a few times with it in the movie, even when the script lets him down. This movie can be called Kunchacko Boban’s actual comeback. He really didnt have much to do in the dud called Lollipop. But in this movie, he is really impressive as the soft-spoken junior con-artist Ravi Varma. He has improved considerably with his comic timing also. Suraaj Venjarammood is completely silly and over-the-top(purposely). But thankfully, he doesnt resort to his usual style of double meaning jokes this time around. His introduction was supposedly a take on Baba Kalyani, but people didnt get it I guess. It is such a relief seeing some clean comedy from him. Bijukkuttan was not impressive at all. He has hardly risen to the standard he set to himself through Chotta Mumbai after that movie. Salimkumar is hardly there. Devan is quite good, especially in the last scene of the movie. The heroine Mithra is wooden and no expressions come on her face at all. Nedumudi Venu, Manian Pillai Raju, etc have minimal roles. Director Siddique’s cameo was unintentionally hilarious.
      Music is good, except for the track ‘Vennila’ which was totally unnecessary. There is actually a ‘Cabaret’ song in Malayalam after a long long time. (I thought they became extinct after the Jayan-Nazir period ). The animated portions used in the songs were terrible. It would have been better if they didnt have it at all. Background score also consistently gives the tharikida mood. This is perhaps the first movie to release in Malayalam, shot by a lady cinematographer – Fowzia Fathima. There is nothing spectacular about the camerawork in this movie unlike other VKP movies where the camerawork would be brilliant, even if the movie is terrible. There were some nice shots and good angles, but they were few and far in between. But since the movie does not require exceptional camerawork, it is quite okay. The brightness was very low, but I learned that it was problem with the projection. The video look takes time to get used to. Editing by Mahesh was competent.
      All in all, Gulumaal is a reasonably good film which stays true to its title. The climax would come as a shocker to you, if you havent seen the films which inspired this one. (Which is why I havent written about my opinions on the climax here. Why spoil the fun!!). Jayasurya and Kunchacko Boban are really impressive and from the audience response, it looks like the film will have a successful run(but the superstar releases that are coming back to back in the coming weeks may pose some threat to the movie). A lot of promotional activity is going on on the television and radio channles which would help in marketing the film as well. You wont regret seeing this film. Thats a sure thing!!
      Rating3.5/5

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