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Times of India
: Right from the first frame, KL10 Pathu is all things Malappuram. An enticing punch of football, the cute regional slang, style, cuisine and comedy topped with a bit of wholesome Northern Kerala seasoning... it's a movie for those who want a different cocktail of entertainment this festival season.
: Ahmed and Shadia are in love but their parents are against the relationship. This forces them to flee their native place, but Ahmed's friends and family follow them. Meanwhile, the story goes back and forth to show more about their personalities, families, locales and more.
The movie is high on novelty quotient - be it through the usage of Sreenath Bhasi's probably unprecedented character as the narrator, Malappuram slang-flavoured comedy, the portrayal of the love track, all of it wrapped up in the socio-political setting of Northern Kerala. Though KL10 Pathu can't boast of any remarkable plot or characters, it's one of those films that have chained up many things simple, to put together an enjoyable platter of entertainment. Unni Mukundan gives his best to play the laid-back romantic Ahmed, and the character of his lady love is safe in the hands of Chandini Sreedharan. She carries off the traditional-yet-stylish Shadia with elan, and thumbs up to her cool costumes as well!
While most of its fun, the story progression is a bit slow and the slang peculiarities also stand in the way of understanding all the dialogues and jokes in the film. Director Muhsin and team indeed seem to have tried to best retain the fun by resorting to a balanced explanation at times, however, some of the usages can still leave a question mark on your face. Pick KL10 Pathu if in the mood for some light-hearted entertainment, breezing through Northern Kerala.