Monday, September 24, 2012

HUSBANDS IN GOA - Review


HUSBANDS IN GOA - Review

REVIEW: HUSBANDS IN GOA

Dir: Saji Surendran

Camera: Anil Nair

Music: M G Sreekumar

Cast: Jayasurya, Lal, Indrajith, Asif Ali, Bhama, Rima, Remya Nambeesan

FACTFILE: Husbands in Goa is UTV Motion Pictures’ second film in Malayalam, after Grandmaster. The film is an inspiration from the Bollywood comedy Shaadi No.1 or its Telugu original Sandade Sandadi.

THE PLOT: Govind (Jayasurya) is a chartered accountant, who is fed up with his wife Abhirami’s (Bhama) often silly looking religious belief. Jerry (Indrajith) is a lawyer, who is fed with his lazy wife Teena (Rima Kallingal). Arjun (Asif Ali) is an interior designer by profession, but is fed up with his wife Veena (Remya Nambeeshan), who forces him to learn for Civil Services exam all the time.

The three husbands decide to go for a trip in Goa. They meet an eccentric cinematographer Sunny (Lal) in the train. He promises to help them but only succeeds in making life hell for the husbands.

THE REVIEW: A lowbrow laugh riot, which may not be so funny. Confused? Well, that is the fact with Husbands in Goa. The actors try everything to make you laugh and you will end up cringing in the seats. But all said and done, if you don’t think much this film could be fine in parts.

RATING: 1/5

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