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Times of India
Musafir is a wanted criminal who enters the life of a rich, beautiful girl and stirs up unprecedented events in her life. How Musafir makes up for his acts form the core of the story.
Right from the beginning, viewers are caught wondering whether
is a fictional film or a glitzy advertisement aimlessly shot in exotic locales. There are countless stunt scenes and chase sequences, the purposes of which may in all probability be unknown to its creators; Pramod Pappan.
They work is a slipshod narrative; the tale of a rich orphan who has a criminal streak. Rahman does this odious job of essaying
who romances at will, rides plenty of cars and bikes and rests leisurely on luxury yachts. In between, he indulges in fights most often with people who are in no way related to the narrative and rarely with a few characters who are entrusted with the task of villainy.
Mamta Mohandas plays the jilted lover, a daughter of a business magnate, who gives in to the guile of a charming man only to learn that she has been cheated.
is all about sheer atrocity, a film made with sloppy scenes stitched together with no apparent objectives.
Sky-scrappers, posh hotels and luxury cars appear without fail. Characters exchange drab, meaningless chatter for reasons unknown and unexplained. Most often the camera is tracing objects than living beings.