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Times of India
: Sathyanarayanan, an impulsive liar, is trying to win over Anjali, a wannabe model. While cooking up various stories to get close to her, he meets fashion icon Anand Varma, who decides to use Satyan's craftiness for a bigger purpose.
: Siddique and Lal's - known for their entertainers -
is a movie that piles on one situation after another, just for laughs. Yes, they are all implausibly connected to form a bigger story with a romantic interlude and a message. The result is a long movie that is thankfully, not very boring. Minted solely for Dileep and his fans, it's inundated with make-believe situations, silly faces, naive characters and cartoonish sequences.
Dileep persuasively plays 'King Liar' and invests a lot of energy into his character. Perfectly complimented by Balu Varghese, laughter comes easy in many situations. Lal looks dapper in his fashion guru avatar and Asha Sarath pulls off a decent performance as a business woman. However, the team has failed to utilize Madonna Sebastian.
The screenplay is like an unimaginative comedy of errors, Dileep almost becomes a clown who does anything for a laugh. For example, the scene in which he discovers Anjali's family background, he breaks into a tasteless dance. One almost wonders whether the team just planted a camera and stood still to watch Dileep go bananas.
dialogues is common in comedy films and
is no exception. The first romantic song of the film is not lip-synched properly, especially by the female protagonist.
is not for those who can't stand fallacious reasoning, it is a treat for Dileep fans who love no-brainer comedies.