Angane Njanum Premichu Review
Here we have an uninteresting drama that takes you to the heights of tedium. Newbie Rajeev Varghese-directed "Angane Njanum Premichu" is a trite teenage action-drama combined with silly storyline and abundant plot holes. The facts of the story are fractured and distorted, coupled with amateurish treatment and lacklustre performances of a bunch of newcomers.
A young robber, Jeevan (Jeeva Joseph) who targets black money hoarders specifically, is caught by the police after finding that he leaves a romantic gift at every spot he enters for theft. At the police station, the robber opens his mind before a police officer and the film now falls on flashback mode. A group of college students are staying in a rented house owned by Moidu (Nirmal Palazhi).
Once they befriend a girl named Cathy (Sivakami), who appears before them from nowhere. Post the initial bitter incidents, she becomes an integral part of their gang. But they later come to know more about her and the mystery surrounding her.
The tale is pretty obsolete and baffling, while the humour falls flat disappointingly. Rajeev's treatment of the plot demands further freshness to induce the necessary momentum to provide an arresting impact. Sivakami is the pick of the performers among the new faces, who quite often fail to show justice to their characters. The structure of the movie is so casually incoherent, so erratically paced and unfocused that you rather believe that it's an assembly of amateurish performers.
Overall, it's a mess of a movie that carries the burden of poor tale and unimaginative execution. This lifeless teenage action drama fails to make an arresting impact except for creating loads of tedious moments.
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