Aby (Dileep) is a successful ad film maker and is about to get engaged to Ann (Parvathi Nambiar). He comes to know from his childhood friend Abid (Harisree Asokan) that his ex lover Sini (Rima Kallingal) is living at the same place.
Aby decides to go to Sini's house and invite her for the wedding. Sini is married to Alex (Murali Gopy), a boxer by profession. On his visit to Sini's house, Aby forgets his cigar pack in her house which causes a series of problems. Within seven days prior to his marriage, can Aby solve all those problems? This forms rest of the movie..
The main highlight of the movie is Dileep. His comedy timings and expressions are unmatchable. Rima Kallingal as Sini has yet another good role in her career. Parvathy Nambiar as Ann makes a decent debut while Murali Gopy as Alex gives out a fine performance.
All the other actors including Harisree Asokan (Abid), Sekhar Menon (Vivek), Tini Tom (Franco), Praveena (Daisy), Vijayaraghavan (Varghese), Prasanth (Baiju Raj) have done justice to their roles.
Cinematography by Pradeesh Varma excels in most of the scenes.
Music by Prashant Pillai is good as two songs of the movie is appealing and BGM blends well with the movie.
James Albert, who has done the scripting, has done a decent job, as the script doesn't disappoint and comedy in the movie is worth laughing. Lagging of the script could be felt nearing the first half and at some other scenes.
There are some scenes where you can see the typical Lal Jose touch in the movie. But whether the director have fully succeeded to satisfy the viewers, it's a no. Still, Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal is a feel good movie which has its moments here and there.
Watch if for the charismatic Dileep and for some real laughs.