“Ormayundo Ee Mugham is a simple feel good love story. Brillliant cinematography, melodious songs and commendable performances make it a must watch! Go for it!”
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This time we credit the copy to Anvar Sadik, and Ormayundo Ee Mugham is his debut film. He ropes in Vineeth Srinivasan and Namitha Pramod in the lead roles and completes his cast Rohini, Lakshmi and everybody's favourite best friend Aju Varghese.
The film is a rip off from the Hollywood rom-com Fifty First Dates and the director has taken anticipatory bail by giving reference where reference is due. Gautham's family is in the pharmaceutical business and are working on a pill of memory loss. Gautham conveniently falls for Nithya, a girl who is unable to retain memories for longer than a day.
Apoorva (Aju) and Nitu (Soumya Sadanandan) is brought in to leverage the leading pair towards their goal of getting together. The acting is bearable, in a plot that's bearable in an all together very bearable film. The music is charming and given a lot of time and space to live up to the genre of romantic musical.
There is romance and sentiments and jokes to laugh at and no real conflict or issue. And that results in a stable film that an audience can watch without investing too much energy or emotion and still keep up with the story and be entertained for two and a half hours.