Spanish Masala Review
Dileep, Lal Jose and Benny P Nayarambalam get together again in Spanish Masala after their earlier super hit Chanthu Pottu. Lal Jose introduces another foreign lady Daniela Zacherl,in the flick after bringing a Chinese girl in Arabikatha. The story and script are by Benny P Nayarambalam. Spanish Masala is produced by Noushad under the banner of Big Screen.
Charlie(Dileep) goes to Spain to participate in a programme. Charlie gets trapped in Spain, unable to return to India. With no friends, no money and no place to stay, Charlie is desperate. To make matters worse, Charlie spoke only Malayalam. And then like an angel from heaven, Camila(Daniela) comes to Charlies life. Camila is a Spanish lass who was in India with her father Philip Adam,who was the Spanish Amassador to India. She was born in India and having spent a good part of her youth in India, she loved India and things Indian. Most unexpectedly, Camila is fluent in Malayalam. To Charlie’s good fortune, he gets a job in Camila's palace.
Camila had a lover Rahul(Kunchako Boban), was her playmate and childhood friend. When Camila’s family moved out to Spain, the governess accompanied them. However, Rahul was left behind as he was in a boarding school. Rahul, after completing his studies, joins his mother and meets Camila. They renew their friendship which gradually turns in to deep love. Their love is cut shot when Rahul loses his life tragically. Camila withdraws in to herself and spends her time lost in Rahul’s thoughts. And then Charlie enters her life and with his naughtiness and sprightly outlook on life, slowly transforms Camila. She is amused by his witty conversation and his optimism. Funny things happen to her. These hilarious situations are narrated in Spanish Masala.