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As we all know, the trailer of the film had shown how the movie got its title. It is a combination of the first letters of the male leads in the film namely Koobrin, Tharun and Ram. These three meet during their college days and become good friends. The movie shows how they enjoy their campus life, which is short-lived.
Things begin to change in the story after these three meet a mysterious character Usthad Sali. What happens next forms the rest of the story.
Sunny Wayne, Bharath and Tovino Thomas have rendered a decent performance throughout the film. Mohanlal, although gave a cameo performance, had a convincing role to essay. It was quite disappointing that the movie did not have any importance for the female leads in the film. Bhavana, Gauthami nair, Janani Iyer and Shritha Sivadas played the female leads in the film. The rest of the cast including Baburaj, Sunil Sukhada and many others did their part well.
Cinematography was at its best. Music composed by Gopi Sunder did not reach the expectation. BGM was just an ok. Movie could have been much more better with its music, which would have helped the movie to reach the next level.
In short, Koothara is a one time watchable flick. There are lot to see and laugh during the first half but, the movie disappoints during the second half. The movie is an entertainer for sure but, only at parts. Its not a film to watch with high expectations.