Actually movie centres around two different incidents happening in the lives of two middle-aged men. The storyline develops through a group of youngsters, who in varied ways get involved in these incidents. Love, humour and suspense have its own space in the movie.
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days agoSiva Bala‘Actually’, can actually be labelled, as a realistic movie with commercial ingredients. Actually undeniably tells you a simple story in a true way. Keeping the story telling as realistic as possible, the director touches a chord with many a viewers. With an array of actors on screen, Actually never bores you. With the murder of Sanu (Srinivasan) portrayed right in the beginning, before the titles, the film keeps the audience engaged in the story. The plot develops through a trip to Ernakulam by the heroine Priya, (Midukki winner, Sneha Unnikrishnan) daughter of Sanu with her friend (Anjali). The trip proves momentous for both the girls. As one understands the fake identity of her lover, the other finds her true love. Hemanth Menon as Deepak, probably gives his best performance as the sporty and well-bred lover. Aju Varghese is brought in to tickle the funny bone as a funny new age poet. P. Balachandran, as Jeevan, a middle aged man with a fake identity pursuing his interests in girls, also entertains us. The end image of him as a monk, waiting to renounce his laptop in the Ganga, surely evokes a hearty and thoughtful laugh. The mystery of the truth behind the murder of Sanu is paradoxically revealed at the end by a thief as suggested by its tagline. One can complain that in spite of playing a pivotal role in the plot of the movie, one does not get to see Srinivasan on screen much. It is definitely a one time watch. With a clean realistic movie, it surely suits