The only bright performance comes from Jayam Ravi as he shines throughout. While Anjali has been made to flaunt her skin excessively, Soori 's character is aimed at delivering double meaning dialogues.
Supporting actors have done what is required, but if the stage is not strong enough for an artist to showcase his or her skills, the performance will often go unnoticed which is the case in Sakalakala Vallavan.
Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar has nothing new to offer as it is filled with clichéd comedy tracks and double meaning dialogues. Overall, the movie is an attempt to deliver a fresh romcom which turns out to be quite outdated
Actor Jayam previous film 'Romeo Juliet' that released a couple of months ago has been a super hit. While that was an urban romantic comedy his next film 'Sakalakalavallavan seemed like a rural entertainer and with a director like Suraaj handling the mantle we could expect a complete entertainer with all requisites of a commercial film.
The first half is filled with Soori's brand of comedy which evokes laughter here and there and Anjali's glamour which thankfully does not touch the line of crass.
However the director deserves appreciation for not indulging in educated working women bashing and preaching family values to them though the story as such looks like having scope for that.