Thrissivaperoor Kliptham

11 Aug, 2017
2 hrs 19 mins
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All that David Pauly ever wanted in life was to witness the downfall of his high school nemesis Chembaden Joey. When Joey louses up Davy’s betrothal ceremony, Davy and his friends vow to scheme up something that would button up Joey forever. Enter Giri, a village boy who joins the gang on the mission, for vested interests of course. But little did he know then, about Baagirathi or the misadventures that awaited the gang on their revenge quest.
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As part of experiencing the joys of life, young and coy Girijavalabhan (Asif Ali) gets to be part of a four-member Thrissur gang led by David Pauly (Chemban Vinod). The gang also has an adversary in former schoolmate Joy, who belittles them at every turn. One of their plans to avenge and outdo Joy becomes a launchpad for Giri to shine. But will they succeed? ...Read full review
Thrissivaperoor Kliptham narrates the story of a gang led by David Pauly and Joy Chambadan, who is a rich businessman in Thrissur. David Pauly and Joy hold grudges against each other, since childhood and are in the lookout for chances to pull each other`s legs. Enter Girija Vallabhan, a typical youngster, who comes forward to join David`s gang and then David`s gang get a golden chance to hit back at Joy. What happens later forms Thrissivaperoor Kliptham. ...Read full review
As a screen writer P S Rafeeq has always kept a quirky style in almost all his writings. His movies depended largely on the style of film makers in convincing the audience. Lijo Jose Pellissery was one such director who got the pulse perfectly and we have seen veterans like Kamal failing to cop up with that style. When it comes to Thrissivaperoor Kliptham directed by Ratheish Kumar, the movie is somewhere in the middle ground. It has spontaneous humor to keep us guessing but the overall product isnt that entirely impressive ...Read full review
When one watches Thrissivaperoor Kliptham, the first thing that comes to mind is Lijo Jose Pellissery`s Amen. The same frivolity and local flavour as the 2013 hit, are all in supply here. If only it had the same ingenuity. ...Read full review
Set in Keralas cultural capital Thrissur, Thrissivaperur Kliptham begins on a promising note as the humourous opening credits roll, offering a peek into the entertainment package the makers have planned. The silly fights between the gangs of David Pauly (Chemban) and Chembadan Joy (Baburaj), who have been foes since schooldays, form the major plot. ...Read full review

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