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Times of India
The film narrates the story of a youth who is a coward and the predicaments in his life.
Apart from its queer comical title, Lal Jose's
doesn't offer any surprises. It's a typical tale of a wimpy youth discovering romance and confronting a huge villain. Kunchacko Boban appears as Chakka Gopan, a tourist guide burdened with the responsibility of running a family of three big brothers and his mother.
The film symbolises a regression for Lal Jose who seem to have renewed his interest for romantic comedies. There are a few one-liners that work in this film. The cast comprising Suraj, Harisree Asokan repeat what they have been doing for the past few years.
Towards the middle of the film, the narrative slips into a mish-mash sequence making it literally hard to retrieve the plot. Songs, action-sequences, romance appear at regular intervals to stretch an ordinary narrative to the most possible length.