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72 Model - Movie Review

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Rajasenan, who is known for his family entertainers, is one of the most successful directors in Malayalam film industry. But of late, his movies have failed to make it big at the Box Office. Two years after the release of Innanu Aa Kalyanam, he is back with his latest directorial venture 72 Model. Although he has roped young and new actors for it, the director has made sure that it would bring back his lost glory.

The movie 72 Model is also a family drama with lots of funny moments in it. Rajasenan's interesting script, engaging narration and cinematography, lead actors' superb performances, M Jayachandran's music, KP Nambiathiri's cinematography, Nadhan Mannoor's Art Director, Shibu Parameshwaran and Siji Thomas' costume and PV Shankar's makeup are the main highlights of the film.

The movie traces the conflicts between generations and introspects the value system in place in the present world. A 72 model Ambassador car is the protagonist of the movie and the director tries to convey his ideas in a symbolic way. The movie has ample of his signature style of comedy, drama and romance. Rajasenan's comedy arises out of various characters' follies, foibles and conflicts of life.

The movie visualise two generations. Taxi driver Vasukutty, who still thinks that only a black and yellow car can become taxi, reports old generation. Whereas a host of youngsters, who run a business under the company Trimoorthy Associates, stand for modern values. The director has tried to comprehend the changes happening around current world through the roles of this youths' team.

Vasutty (Vijayaraghavan) and his son Sajan (Govind Padmasurya) are Taxi drivers. When Vasutty drives a 72 model Ambassador, Sajan drives an Innova. Drama academy owner Deepak (Sreejith Vijay) and interior designer Parvathy (Soniya Das) are Sajan's best friends. Once Sajan happens to drive his father's car, which changes his and his friends' fortunes. But with the entry of a girl named Janaki (Nasrin), their life hit a rough patch. What problems will they face? Will they overcome the hurdles or not? The rest of the movie answers these questions.

72 Model – Movie Review

Lead actors like Govind Padmasoorya, Sreejith Vijay, Soniya Das and Nasrin have done justice to their respective roles. They rock in all kinds of scenes like comedy, romance and sentimental. Their performances are the main highlights of the movie. The chemistry of both pairs is a treat to watch on screen.

72 Model – Movie Review

Others like Bharat Chand, Madhu and Vijayaraghavan have also got good screen presence and they have delivered wonderful performances in their respective roles.

72 Model – Movie Review

The movie has sound production elements and M Jayachandran's music is the main attraction in them. Couple of his songs are very good to listen. His background scores helps the director to elevate a few emotional sequences.

72 Model – Movie Review

KP Nambiathiri's picturisation is another big strength of 72 Model. Other technical departments have also done a commendable job and they help the director to make the movie a interesting watch.

72 Model – Movie Review

Overall, 72 Model is a good comedy entertainer, which would impress family audience as well as youth.

72 Model – Movie Review

Producer: J Saratchandran Nair
Director: Rajasenan
Cast: Sreejith Vijay, Soniya Das, Govind Padmasoorya, Nazreen Nasser, Bharat Chand, Madhu, Vijayaraghavan
Music: M Jayachandran
Camera work: KP Nambiathiri
Release date: April 26, 2013

Topics: malayalam reviews, 72 model, sreejith vijay, soniya das, rajasenan, govind padmasoorya, nazreen nasser

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