MOKK Movie Review Indiaglitz


This is definitely not the best album of G.V. Prakash Kumar but along with his rich background score the songs are the only reasons anyone can sit through the film. Cinematographer Vishnu Sharma has given clean images throughout the film complemented by Thiagarajan’s editing. Vineeth Srinivasan’s story may have worked in the Kerala atmosphere, but here it looks like the usual commercial film hero wooing heroine with the help of friends sequence stretched to a full length feature. Mithran Jawahar’s screenplay completely lacks nativity and his direction leaves a lot to be desired as the film fails to make even the slightest connection.