Lokpal is Mohanlal's first film to be released this
year. Though the superstar's performance has been raved by all, the
film as such is not being appreciated much. Check out what the
critics have to say about Lokpal and express your views in
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Mohanlal performs his role with utmost ease and conviction. Cinematography by Pradeep Nair is praiseworthy as the camera takes many angle and closeups. Dialogues could have been more effective. Lokpal is worth a one-time watch - and that too only because of Mohanlal.
After copying the basic backdrop, scenarist SN Swami and director Joshiy makes a surprisingly silly film that lacks any sense adding badly written one-liners in English, to add to the dismay. Lokpal's "fancy dress" for each adventure is the funniest thing in this movie. If that is not enough, there is Sai Kumar mimicking Innocent's 'Irinjalakuda accent', Shammi Thilakan's 'Thiruvananthapuram accent' and a brief 'Kozhikkodan version' too, with Kalasala Babu.
Director Joshiy has given his best to bring some credibility to the proceedings. Dialogues are ineffective and do not create the impact intended. Mohanlal, appearing in different forms at different places, makes acting look so effortless with his dazzling array of talent.
Lokpal doesn't reach our expectations. As usual Mohanlal did his role well. The weak script made the movie dragging most of the time and lack of humor (which was one of the main attractions in Lal's previous film Run Baby Run) made it worst. Kavya Madhavan was another drawback of the film, the weak script doesn't give Kavya or Meera Nandan an active role in the film. Manoj K Jayan, Sai Kumar and Shammi Thilakan did their roles exceptionally well.
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Meera Nandan in Lokpal.
Sai Kumar in Lokpal.
Mohanlal was undoubtedly the show stealer.
Manoj K Jayan
Manoj K Jayan is quite a natural star and his performance was
Kavya Madhavan looks pretty and has also acted very well in the
Mohanlal's role in the film was very convincing.