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Husbands in Goa
Rating :
Hero :
Indrajith, Asif Ali, Jayasuriya
Heroine :
Remya Nambeesan, Bhama, Reema Kallingal
Other Cast :
Biju Menon, Lal
Director :
Saji Surendran
Music Director :
MG SReekumar
Producer :
UTV Motion Pictures
Release Date :
When you were looking forward for a sequel to 'Happy Husbads', you would probably be also looking forward to keep your logic aside and aim at having pure fun at theatre. Well, Husbands in Goa is one such and one which is very good at it I should add.For your kind surprise or lack of it, you will find the makers sincerely following your plot without the slightest of the deviations. And if you can call this your cup of tea, then these husbands are sure to entertain you. And if you are to fade away thinking about it's predictability, then not any luck here.

A typical David Dhawan type family humour, here are those flirty husbands who are trying to be funny at every moments. The movie has Jerrry(Indrajith), an advocate, always forced by his wife Teena to give importance to household chores and cooking, than his profession. While his school mate Govind (Jayasurya) a chartered accountant, married to Abhirami (Bhama), is to be in every temple for rituals offered by his wife, Arjun (Asif Ali) basically an interior designer is enforced to prepare for Civil Services by his wife Veena (Remya Nambeeshan).

Disturbed by these unending daily routines, the threesome decides to play fowl and take some days away from home and their wives for a celebration at Goa. They plot plans, succeed on convincing their wives who are also friends and embark on a train to Goa. But on the way in the same coupe awaits a weird cinematographer and drunkard named Sunny Abraham (Lal).Within minutes after their acquaintance, the foursome are into deeds that they never had been to earlier. Joining them on train is the T T, Nadar played by innocent, who had been with Tony(Mohanlal) and Co in 'No 20 Madras mail' , 20 years ago.

A few laughs at the inebriated gags is all you'll get out of this silly film. The story could have taken a serious turn or even a suspenseful turn like No. 20 Madras Mail. But it doesn't.

It is no use talking about the performances as the plot and theme are so pathetic you can't really blame the actors for anything except for agreeing to be part of this film.
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