Rosapoo Malayalam Movie Review

Feature Film | U | Comedy
'Rosapoo' is a phenomenally tedious film that has ample factors to test the depth of your patience. Presence of Biju Menon and Neeraj Madhav can't elevate the movie owing to an aimless plot.
Feb 9, 2018 By K. R. Rejeesh

It's a movie with no intention of attempting anything like ramping up the creative part to provide something essential. Vinu Joseph helms "Rosapoo, which is bafflingly weak. The plot is about the quest for money by two youngsters and as a result they land in producing an adult movie in Chennai. The tale vastly discusses the state of females acting in such soft-porn movies to make both ends meet. Written by the director, he intends to highlight the problems of such actresses but the proceedings become mishmash.


From the outset, the actors fix their performance to generic blandness. Shajahan (Biju Menon) and Ambrose (Neeraj Madhav) struggle to live at Fort Kochi. After dabbling hands in several jobs, they decide to produce an adult movie to make money. In Chennai, they meet Lakshmi (Anjali), an actress. Even after her entry, the plot is unable to offer a fascinating premise.


Anja

li's character is puerile and not comfortably stationed. Biju Menon appears as effortless as ever but the character is bogged down in many parts. Neeraj Madhav, as an aspiring director, has been given some prominence by opening doors for romance with Lakshmi. The film is hindered by clunky settings and treatment.


The trite story has borrowed the cinematic language of films that have dealt with issues inside filmdom. Even Santhosh Echikkanam's dialogues are helpless to offer anything potential prospect in the movie.


With mediocre display in technical aspects too, this flick turns out to be a strangely boring and dramatically inert film.

K. R. Rejeesh

   

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