Sunday, January 27, 2013

KAMAT & KAMAT - Malayalam Movie Review


KAMAT & KAMAT

REVIEW: KAMAT & KAMAT

Banner: Anto Joseph Film Company

Director: Thomson

Script: Siby K Thomas – Udayakrishna

Camera: Anil Nair

Music: M Jayachandran

Cast: Mammootty, Dileep, Karthika Nair, Rima Kallingal

BASIC PLOT: Raja Raja Kamat (Mammootty) and Deva Raja Kamat (Dileep) run a vegetarian restaurant chain. Some issues crop up as they try to buy the old Sree Krishna Vilasom Hotel in Palakkad. There they meet municipal secretary Mahalakshmi (Rima) and her sister Rekha (Karthika). From then on, some romance and fights will make the characters forget about everything else.

REVIEW: One of the worst films to have released during recent times. First, Mammootty and Dileep start their mimicry saying Malayalam mixed with Konkani in a silly way. Then the story meanders along aimlessly with nothing much to narrate.

Bad script, bad direction, bad performances, bad comedy… the list can go on and on. But what for? Is someone really serious about this film?

Why would an actor like Mammootty say yes to this film? Is Dileep an actor or a mimicry artiste? How come Siby and Udayakrishna manage to fool everyone else with their half-baked scripts? And did anyone ask Dhanush to act in Kamat & Kamat at gunpoint? He looks totally lost in the cameo.

Forget Kamat & Kamat like a bad dream.

FINAL VERDICT: A total waste of time and money. An absolute disaster!

RATING: 0.5/5

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