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Times of India
The film is about a Muscat-based business man who falls for a bar dancer.
Madhu Kaithapram, known for critically acclaimed films, comes up with a lazy act of self-indulgence in Vellivelichathil. Right from casting, which has media person John Britas in the lead, he gets everything out of balance in a shoddily made film.
The story is set in Muscat and viewers are introduced to a good-hearted business man Upendran (John Britas), who is shown ogling at a girl in a dance bar. His cold glances are then interpreted as love-filled overtures. The golden heart of the protagonist Upendran is displayed in amateurish acts of compassion, where Upendran would welcome a poor labourer who was seen along a road to his posh car and in another instance would offer a job to a person, which is then acclaimed as godly acts by fellow characters around him.
Ineya plays the role of the dancer who charms the hero in the bar. The rich hero offers to marry a poor heroine and they unite, but the director winds up his new film in a hurry as though he realizes that infusing more drama would be worse than calamitous. Choice of John Britas to play the lead role is in a way justified, for there is hardly anything for the lead actor to emote. More assistance is rendered by the camera, which prefers to capture the lead actor from long shots. His jarring handicaps as an actor would be less remembered than the aimless, disorganized manner in which the film has been made.