Authority Module Tier 1: Unique Non-Spun Content 8 Top Level Blogs With 3 Original Articles Each Tier 2: 55+ Supporting Web 2. The script by Ratesh Varma, with Jayalal's story is very much realistic. One to watch out for is Hareesh Peraady's performance as Josutty's father. Granted that there isn't really a need for a twist or suspense for a film to be a winner, but Josutty and his tale is triteness personified. It is about Josutty's life from the age 8 to 38. And because of some family problems he is forced to marry a divorcee named Rose who is a nurse.
Ridden with cliches, the latter half of 'Life of Josutty', flows down the banal stream, without much of an effort. Supporting performances by actors as Hareesh Peradi and Nobi have to be acknowledged. Though there is a lot of emotions running all over the place, and occasional overload of grief, the narration has been kept undramatic and simple. . The first half has a lot many instances which provide laughter. Jeethu Joseph has a tremendous task of living up to the expectations that had been raised post-'Drishyam', and he is let down by a frail script that works no wonders in 'Life of Josutty'.
A few incidents happen which forrces Jesse away from Josutty. Taking such a life into focus and making a cinema on it may not be always entertaining. I shall say, How does it works. The attempts to make Josutty appear as a simpleton who is a bit too simple, at times backfires on the characterisation itself. Jeethu Joseph has once again come up with a good cinema. Performances by all the actors are brilliant. Those snide comments on the sexual minorities, purely intended to rake in some laughter, could have been avoided as well.
Josutty now has a lot of problems and burdens to contend with on a daily basis. Ordinary lives can appear undramatic at the best of times. Josutty is a simple farmer who leads a contended life with his father Joseph and mother Shoshamma. The former half of the film has some light moments thanks to Josutty's friends, and at least a couple of scenes bring the house down with their hilarity. The makers' repeated warning that there is no twist of suspense is very much true. No scores for guessing that Josutty's marriage is a wreckage in construction, and when it eventually happens he tries his hand at setting up a business of his own. Hello sir, We do and.
Anil Johnson comes up with a delightful musical score. Josutty's mother advises him not to stick out his hands and head out of the air plane, and on landing in New Zealand, Josutty himself expresses astonishment at seeing a woman who has worn shorts! He falls in love with his next door neighbor and childhood friend Jessie, played by Rachana Narayanankutty. But Jeethu Joseph has beautifully made an ordinary life quite interesting. On the whole, this is a family movie. It is distributed worldwide by , which is scheduled to release on June, 2015.
Dileep does a neat job of playing Josutty, while of the three women actors, Ranjini Rupesh does a commendable job of playing Priya, who befriends Josutty in New Zealand. The highs and lows of Josutty's life is what the movie is all about. My massive team of workaholic link builders will be busy writing original, relevant content and building links back to your site. The boy grows up to be Josutty Dileep who does fall in love with the girl Jessymol Rachana Narayanankutty , and who feebly watches as she gets married off to someone else. Anil Johnson's music is also apt for the story.
Get quality links in my detailed Authority Report. The humour goes on a decline, and so does the outcome of the story that is being narrated. Josutty has a father, mother and two sisters. Post-interval, 'Life of Josutty'goes on a crash ride from which it never actually recuperates. The film has locations in and. Josutty's sly smile on first having seen Rose Jyothi Krishna and his horror on discovering that his bosom pal Geevarghese Noby has noticed a thing or two about his prospective wife, and the sheer chaos that results at the wedding scene out of a scarcity of seats, are downright amusing. Some sequences are a bit over the top.
Jyothi Krishna is strictly adequate while Rachana Narayanankutty goes totally over the top with a screeching melodramatic performance. Ravichandran's camera captures the stunning spectacles of both Kerala and New Zealand with equal ease. Its life - slow and steady like the beat of the heart. But they are a welcome interlude in the narrative. Ravichandran's visuals are soulful be it the rustic farmer's life or the sleek New Zealand life.
Sep 27, 2015 By Veeyen Josutty and his autobiographical narration commences after the camera lands on a church, where the devil and the angel Aqsa Bhatt await in hushed anticipation, if the boy who has knelt down before the altar would be swayed by the presence of the pretty girl who walks in. . . . . . .
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