Husbands in Goa Review
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Some movies are made for laughter and some are made for shutting our brain. “Husbands in Goa” will fall into later category. It’s a story about three friends (an advocate, a charted accountant and an Interior designer) who are married to three beautiful women yet love to get some extra fun. They are looking for a get away from their wives. So Jerry Thomas ( Advocate played by Indrajith), Murali Govind( CA character of Jayasurya) and Arjun ( Asif Ali, the Interior designer) decide to take a trip to Goa leaving their wives (Characters played by Rima Kallingal, Bhama and Ramya Nambeeshan) back home. The pleasure trip turns into string of circumstances leading to quite a number of comic sequences. It becomes a crazy ride eventually.
Ok, so we agree that it’s a crazy ride. The question is what or who get crazy, the charade on the screen or the viewers in the theatre? Honest laughter is seldom found while watching this movie. Too much of anything is bad for health and all this movie does is hammer your intelligence with pathetic try on the comedy genre. End of it we don’t know whom to blame for the tiring hours spent in the theatre.
The performance by all the cast members was quite honest though. All the six leads tried best to perform their character well and most of the time they were successful doing it. Fighting the odds they did as much as they could. Among the three heroes, Jayasurya is the best, followed by Indrajith and Asif Ali in that order. Rima Kallingal, Bhama, Ramya Nambeeshan are fine. We don’t need to mention how good they were when it comes to Innocent and Lal. Suraj Venjarumoodu, Kalabhavan Mani,Praveena and Sarayu also did their part well.
The script written by Krishna Poojapura starts with great flavour and excitement but after a whole mood of the movie gets off. We can say that this movie won’t be remembered by its music either. There was nothing great about it. Good background sound can do wonders to a movie, which was again lacking here. The only peppy song in the movie is the remix song “Pichakapoo Kavukal ...”
So the verdict is – Only a good watch if you are planning to shut your brain and watch it. It’s an entertainer, no doubt about that. But don’t expect logic here. If you are one of those who watch mimicry and comedy shows on TV, this movie will help you relive those moments that you spent in front of TV. Verdict:Despite some Funny Bits , No Much Fizz in Goa ..
Review by Neethu.