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Times of India
Kammath and Kammath moves around the life of two brothers who own a chain of restaurants across the state. When they take over a closed hotel in Palakkad, unexpected events occur in their lives.
Kammath and Kammath
dabbles in childish humour, sometimes vain and for most part ineffective. The film brings together two brothers who combine their culinary and linguistic traits; two ideal ingredients that often make a film highly enjoyable. The movie lacks genuine funny moments mainly because the tale is a mish-mash of flimsy flashbacks eventually culminating in a godown.
Mammootty and Dileep play two gloating, gaudy brothers Raja Raja Kammath and Deva Raja Kammath, respectively. Both of them, always flawlessly dressed, arrive in sleek cars. The doors on the right end open up very slowly to reveal first their left feet and then the well-pressed garbs fitting perfectly on their physique. Their lackey is Devan (Babu Raj), a beefy, servile person whose only job is to bash-up bad men who intimidate his masters.
Sibi K Thomas and Udayakrishna flourish the same wand that has previously yielded them bright results. In the blink of an eye, two boys achieve success and end their sufferings. Villains are lined up to offer friction and the ladies emerge for the purpose of romance. Villains are driven to a place, too brightly lit for a godown, where the heroes beat them and spice up the scene with one-liners.
The lone solace in the film is the Konkani dialect, skillfully handled by both Dileep and Mammootty. Even this sole source of humour is over-done at times as they intentionally juggle words in between to create a rather lifeless smile. A poorly conceived script tries to make up for its innate flaws with the introduction of Dhanush who manages to stir up some frisson amidst a series of drab sequences.
Rima Kallingal and Karthika are confined to minimal screen presence; their roles being either to fight with the heroes or to be wooed by them.
Kammath and Kammath
mainly moves around the dialect which is wasted away towards the middle of the film.
Mammootty and Dileep, gifted actors they are, put together their best to salvage what can be called as a sloppy narrative strewn with drab characters.