Afsal (Dulquer) is a teenager, who has finished his studies and living a lazy sleepy life without getting into any job. His mother Safi (Geetha) is much worried about his future and persuades her brother Salaludheen to advice Afsal. Salaludheen asks Afsal to start a business and tells him he will fund for the same.
Afsal with his childhood friend Binoy (Jacob Gregory) begins a
mobile shop near parallel college and names it Salala Mobiles.
There, he falls in love with Shahana (Nazriya), a degree student,
but fails to express his love for her in fear. In the meantime, on
a trip to Coimbatore for getting mobiles at wholesale rates through
his friend Hari (Sreekumar), Afsal meets Alagar Saamy (Santhanam),
a programmer and application devoloper, who gifts him with a mobile
call tapping software, which he claims to be untraceable. Afsal and
Binoy, for fun, begins to tap calls of people who approach them for
Adding to the list, they tap the calls of Abdul Manaf, a friend
of them who boasts to be in love with Shahana. Things take a turn
when common people approaches police complaining about phone
tapping and Sidhique (Ajay Chacko), Commissioner of Police, starts
the hunt for bringing out those behind tapping. Will police be
successful to trace out the culprits? Will Afsal succeed with his
love?? Answer lies in the rest of story.
Dulquer Salman as Afsal is good with his role of a lazy innocent teenager. Though his mannerisms remind us of his previous flicks, Dulquer has tried his best to live through his character. Nazriya Nazim as Shahana is good at her expressions, but leaves a space to improve at emotional scenes. Jacob Grigory as Binoy is successful to render some one-liners to produce some laughs here and there. Rest of the cast including Sidhique, Geetha, Sreekumar, Santhanam, Tini Tom (Venu Master) have done near justice to their roles.
Cinematography by Satheesh Kurup has nothing much to offer, but maintains decent visuals throughout.
Music by Gopi Sunder is good throughout the BGM portions,
whereas the songs turnout to be just OK.
The script by director himself has nothing much to offer for the
viewers other than some one-liners. The core climax portions of the
movie can be placed on the negative side along with many other
negatives as it just gave a feeling - the director tried hard to
end the movie all of a sudden and didn't even justify or clarify
the purpose, the whole movie was made for.
On the whole, Salala Mobiles disappoints big time. Go for the movie if you would like to laugh for some one-liners, and some pleasing BGM.