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White is the romantic drama, which stars Mammootty and Huma Qureshi in the lead roles. The movie is directed by Uday Ananthan and produced by Eros International.
Prakash Roy is a middle-aged banker, who lives in London. He is a widower and leads a luxurious lifestyle. Roshni Menon, on the other hand, is a simple girl is in her mid-20's, who is an IT professional.
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Some unexpected incidents bring Prakash and Roshni together, and soon they fall love with each other. What happens in the couple's life forms the crux of the story.
Cast And Performance
Mammootty, who plays Prakash Roy mesmerizes with his extremely charming screen presence and exceptional dialogue delivery. But the role doesn't offer him much scope to perform.
Huma Qureshi, who makes her M'town debut matches Mammootty with her looks and decent performance. But the unmatching dubbing voice has badly affected her efforts.
Artists like KPAC Lalitha, Siddique, Shankar Ramakrishnan, Sona Nair, Sunil Sughatha, who played the supporting roles, doesn't have much to do in the film.
Script & Direction
The script, which is penned by director Uday Ananthan, Nandini Valsan, and Praveen Balakrishnan is weak and lacks crispiness. As a director, Uday failed to execute a convincing narrative and connect with the audiences.
White narrates the love story between the lead pair with a touch of mystery, but end abruptly leaving the audiences confused. The slow pace in the storytelling and philosophy-filled dialogues are other major minus factors.
The breathtaking visualization of debutante Amarjeet Singh is the major saving grace. The newcomer has captured London in its full glory, thus making the movie a complete visual treat. Achu Ajayan's editing is not up to the marks.
Rahul Raj's songs, except Oru Vela by Shwetha Mohan, are easily forgettable. The background score is fine, but severely disappoints at certain portions.
A love story which was killed by the weak screenplay and execution. Watch it only if you are a die-hard Mammootty fan.