Jacobinte Swargarajyam | Review
Theatre: Inox, Ghatkopar, Mumbai
Show Time: 8:00 PM
Date: 9th April 2016
Status: House Full
I consider Vineeth Sreenivasan as a sensible film maker but still did not want to expect too much out of a film and then later get disappointed and post a negative review.
This is a story of Jacob played by Renji Panicker who is a businessman. Jacob is cheated by some one whom he had considered as his brother and trusted a lot. To repay the debts he gets a chance to go to another country for a deal, however ends up getting stuck there. The story revolves around how his wife Shirly (Lekshmi Ramakrishnan) and Son Jerry (Nivin Pauly) take the ownership of the issue and manage to recover from the debts.
As the story is based on a true incident, expecting big twists and turns is incorrect. The story is pretty predictable but Vineeth has directed it very well.
Renji Panicker, Lekshmi Ramakrishnan and Nivin Pauly have done pretty well. The other characters don’t have too much to do but have done good too.
The film is mostly shot abroad and there are hardly any scenes shot in India. The visuals through out the film are fantastic.
Overall, this is a good family entertainer and is recommended to be watched in the theaters. People expecting a comedy flick, please don’t waste your time.
+ Good Performance by Renji Panicker, Lekshmi Ramakrishnan and Nivin Pauly
+ Good Visuals
+ Good family entertainer
– Felt a little lag here and there.
Movie Rating: 3/5
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