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Two Countries

Out Of Theatre
25 Dec, 2015 2 hrs 24 mins U
Dileep, Mukesh Babu, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Mamta Mohandas, Makarand Deshpande, Aju Varghese, Lena
Synopsis

Packaged with umpteen laugh-out-loud moments, Two Countries is definitely what one would expect from a Dileep movie about an opportunistic youth who marries a wealthy Canadian citizen.

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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Story: Ullas, a carefree Malayali youth believes a person has to profit from every deed in his life. His opportunistic outlook lands him in a marriage with a wealthy Canadian citizen Laya; only to find out later that she's isn't whom she seemed to be.

Review: The opening line of the movie says people play several tricks to make a living, but there are some who live only to play tricks on others. The movie follows the life of Ullas (Dileep), who is opportunistic and makes a profit from every move he makes in his life.

With the aid of his friend Avinash (Aju Varghese), Ullas hatches several plans to become rich. During one such plot, he lands himself a wedding proposal from a wealthy, Canadian citizen named Laya (Mamta Mohandas) and later gets hitched. However, a few hours into the wedding, he finds out she isn't who she seemed to be. The outlandish couple's days in Kerala and then in Canada forms the rest of the plot.

Packaged with umpteen laugh-out-loud moments, Two Countries is definitely what one would expect from a Dileep movie. Though the actor has played versatile roles dabbling in different genres this year, he proves once again why comedy is his forte. However, he does go over the top in scenes that require him to speak English.

Dileep's is ably supported by Aju in the first half and Suraj Venjaramoodu in the second. Mamta excels in her alcoholic act and is equally effective in her comic scenes. Mukesh, Jagadish and Asokan also chip in.

The screenplay by Rafi is clean, situational humour with clever quips and the actors hit the ball out of the park with their comic timing. The first half is packed with humour while the story picks up in the second. Unlike previous Dileep movies, both halves are evenly paced and kept light for an entertainer.

DOP Santhana Krishnan's visuals are delightful, especially for the scenes shot in Canada. Gopi Sunder's background score complements the mood of the film, but the songs are nothing special. Two Countries is an out-and-out entertainer that would please all this holiday season.

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Avg Users’ Rating 3.3/5 ( 45 users )
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Comedy scenes are not to the mark. Film not upto to the exepectaion
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