Ladoo Movie Review: A Sweet Comedy Which Turns Bitter In Second Half
Ladoo Movie Review: The film is a launchpad for debutantes who are new in Mollywood Industry and this time they have worked really hard but it doesn't seem to show on-screen.
Most of the debutantes in the film industry are interested in bringing out different stories in different sets of films which plays an important role. This is shown in the directorial of Arungeorge K David 's Ladoo which is the first for the director as well as the lead actors Shabareesh Varma and Vinay Forrt.
The film revolves around the lives of Vinu (Vinay Forrt) and Angeline (Gayatri Ashok) who are a college-going couple very much in love and all set to get married soon. But every love story has an obstacle and that is not angry parents as usual, it is the friends which brings the house down to chaos which can't be taken lightly.
The director David wanted to infuse the 90s elements in the film and he has done a very good job in it. Some of the actors reminiscence the flashbacks of the underworld in Mumbai which is quite relevant even now.
Most of the actors in the lead have used the opportunity by giving out their best in the film but sadly Gayathri Ashok is given limited scope throughout the film which is not at all right in the film.
Apart from all this, the film seems to be a genuine attempt by makers in creating a romantic comedy which will cater to the masses and the classes.
The lead actors have a lot of potential in them and we hope that we get to see them in more films in the near future.
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