Father's Day Review
In writer-director Kalavoor Ravikumar’s Father’s Day, one of the characters says during a scene, “Even after going through all these, it is surprising that you didn’t get mad.” Now, is this dialogue aimed at the hapless viewer, who is trying hard not to get affected by some of those terrible moments watching the film?
Jokes apart, this film has a simple storyline, which can at best be told in a few minutes. But it is when things go on and on unendingly and the makers try to present it more seriously than what it is worth that we feel really bored. Add some really bad performances and this film falls flat, after a rather normal first half.
Seethalakshmi (Revathy) is a lecturer in a college and she is staying in a bungalow with her niece, Neenu (Indu Thampy). Seetha is particularly close to her brother Gopan (Vineeth), an architect.