Two Countries Review

Two Countries Review

Movie : 2 Countries
Genre : Comedy
Banner : Rejaputhra Visual Media
Director : Shafi
Script : Raffi
Music Director : Gopi Sunder
Cinematography : Santhana Krishnan R
Producer : M Renjith
Cast : Dileep, Mamta Mohandas, Aju Varghese, Suraj Venjarammood, Isha Talwar, Mukesh
Release Date : 25-12-2015
Duration : 155 MNTS
Screen Watched : Cinepolis Centre Square Mall Kochi (SCREEN 3)
Crowd Status : 80 %

Viewers Expectation

Dileep and Mamta Mohandas, after their hit film “My Boss”, the duo has joined hands again together for the super comedy entertainer “Two Countries”. After the release of trailer it is widely speculated to be the return of Dileep and director Shafi after their comedy hits “Kalyanaraman” and “Marykkundoru Kunjaadu”. For the first time since their separation, actors Manju Warrier and Dileep will have their films go head-to-head. This war generates high hopes for this Xmas Special film from Dileep.


The movie revolves around Ullas (Dileep) who is from a middle class family in Kerala. Dileep plays a role lazy young man who makes money by hook or crook with his energetic friend Avinash (Aju Varghese). He apparently marries a Canada-based Malayali girl Laya(Mamta Mohandas), only to live in Canada and make money. Two Countries outline the complicated and funny life of Ullas and Laya in Canada and how they fall in love gently.

Artist Performance

Dileep proves again that his signature style of acting does not bore the audience. Dileep portrays Ullas with absolute perfection. The actor once again establish that he is an immensely talented person who can handle comedy and Romance simultaneously with ease. Mamta Mohandas as Laya also did an excellent Job. As like “My Boss”, the chemistry between Dileep and Mamta is deep and worth to watch. Mamta keeps the flawless link with all supporting characters and retain the plot moving smooth till the end. Aju Varghese, Mukesh, Suraj Venjarammoodu, Jagadish and Vijayaraghavan leads the comic side. Aju in particular plays an excellent role as friend of Ullas, keep us entertaining through out the movie. Other roles in this movie is handled by Lena, Srinda, Isha Talwar, Shobha Mohan, Sajitha Beti, Makarand Deshpande etc.

Technical Departments

Script & Direction :
Written by Raffi and produced by Rajaputhra Ranjith, director Shafi once again demonstrate that he is a master in generating movies which are apt for festival seasons. Rafi’s script is outstanding, and it is beyond doubt intact and fitting.

Other Departments :
The visualisation in this movie are well off, and has captured the beauty of Canada precise. Santhana Krishnan has done the cinematography for this film. The film has music composed by Gopi Sunder which also received positive response from the audience.

First Half Analysis

The movie starts with a flashback narrated by Dileep. Ullas (Dileep) from India, a small-scale fraudster who dreams of making it big one day keep the movie moving in the first half. Dileep and Aju combination breezes through the events making it as a super humorous first half with Mamta Mohandas joining the show.

Second Half Analysis

The Canadian life, the adjustments Ullas makes, and the family problems of Laya with the background of humor stick the audience to the seat in the second half. A lag in the middle part of second half is a small negative to this movie. The climax is taken with a combination of emotion and humor.

Crowd Verdict

Its laughing all over the theatre. Full time family entertainer with crowd cheering for each comedy and at the end, its “Janapriya Nayakan”, Dileep, who won the hearts of all, once again.

Cinemakkaaran Verdict

This movie is a ideal pick for audiences who love laughing in this festival season. Watch “Two Countries”, with your family which has strike Gold, and that too with grace.

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