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Da Thadiya
Da Thadiya
Rating :
Hero :
Shekhar Menon
Heroine :
Ann Augustine
Other Cast :
Sreenath Bhasi, Nivin Pauly
Director :
Aashiq Abu
Music Director :
Producer :
Anto Joseph
Release Date :
Now no one has to teach Aashiq Abu how to form the best combination to find the script writers who write something so fresh and novel and then capture the shots so well and grippy. He has proved that Salt n Pepper was no accident and Syam Pushkar and Dileesh Nair has joined pens once again to bring out a movie so simple in its narrative and so enjoyable to the new generation audience.

The story revolves around Luke John Prakash (Shekhar Menon), an obese guy from a family with strong political background. A lion's share of narrative happens through his cousin and Musician (Sreenath Bhasi) who reveals the beautiful, simple and cute self of Thadiyan Luke. Thadiyan's life takes a turn with the arrival of his long lost childhood friend Ann Mary Thadikaran (Ann Augustine) and he takes the most important decision of joining politics after a dilly dally turn of events.

The story and humor is packed well enough and even terms like new generation with which malayali audience tag new age directors like Aashiq Abu has been ridiculed much. The one and only negative I can point out apart from some flaws in performance from the lead lady and some ensemble cast is the climax fight sequence which was completely unnecessary. The villain is taken too personal and serious by Luke, who himself is presented as an easy going guy all through the movie. And wait!! Did Aashiq Abu just copy Kungu fu Panda fight scenes without a proper credit? I could hardly believe it.

Shekhar Menon has given a wonderful performance, completely placing himself to the shoes of the character. His relationship with his Grandma whom he calls the knight rider bring in a moment or two filled with emotion. One thing I like about the new age actors is that they don't care about their image. Nivin Pauly has done just that by donning the role of the Villain, Rahul Vaidyan.

This would surely be the next hit from Aashiq Abu and this should be duly given credit because all the three successes came off from different genres.
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