A flight home, a marriage bureau, a wedding, a honeymoon – an excessive amount happens abruptly in too little time for Shajith Kumar Amminippilla or us to feel what’s occurring with his life. The title individual of Kakashi, Amminippilla, is forgotten in the chaos of his marriage. He stands there helpless as selections are made for him, a glance of utter annoyance on his face becoming utter frustration in the center of a track that makes him arise and announce to the world: I want a divorce.
The film is ready because it’s been found out through the trailer: an NRI who makes petty complaints about his new wife and asks for a divorce, and a lawyer known as Pradeepan (Asif Ali) takes up his case. But, just when you assume the movie is just too moved quickly, chaotically so, with a brief wedding ceremony and separation, the director – Dinjith Ayyathan – takes manipulation and slows down the tempo. He prefers to tell the severe hassle of Shajith Kumar (Ahmed Siddique) through comical situations, aided with a catchy background tune (Jakes Bejoy).
To a quantity, Sanileshan Shivan’s script addresses the applicable problem of organized marriage but seems to take a stand this is not likely to offend conventions. Ajith Kumar is not asked if he wants to marry or if he desires to meet the lady whom his dad and mom and a wedding dealer (Mammukoya reprising the role he finished in a few films earlier) have kept him up with. He is not even spared the name ‘Ammini’ – a woman’s call – that he maintains getting known as he says he doesn’t adore it.
We accept Shajith (we’re respecting the individual’s want to be no longer called Ammini) as this guy can easily be pushed around who doesn’t have an opinion of his personal or the center to say it. But Shajith has his thoughts; he has just been raised never to utter them and live in a “nest,” as he later reveals to his legal professional. So, no one has ever bothered about his desires – along with the name he loves to be known as.
The issues Shajith has together with his spouse Kanthi (Shibila) are superficial – she’s obese, and she snores. But then changed into in no way given a risk to know her as a person – even the traditional “bride-seeing” ritual is avoided. On his wedding day, he sees her for the first time and complains to his most effective pal (the simplest one who calls him Shajith) that she is a “little massive.”
Pradeepan throws out the two pals when they arrive at him for divorce with those flimsy motives. But then, he isn’t having a fantastic time either. He has had no significant cases thus far and desires to make a name for himself for his political aims. His circle of relatives lifestyles is proven to be maximum casual, the easy exchanges between a husband and wife who’ve recognized each other when you consider that they have been college students, the elder brother (Sudheesh) looking for brides, and the funny mother (Sarissa).
Dinjith smoothly takes you from the court docket room to Pradeep’s office, the party office, and the homes of all three characters (the couple and the lawyer), the incidents neatly packed into the 2-hour drama (editing: Sooraj ES). It may easily have been a mess, with the script trying to narrate a courtroom drama and a love tale and the political dreams of a legal professional, with the brought feelings of three households. However, many more characters seamlessly merge into the picture: the decision (Srikant Murali), the opposing legal professional (Vijayaraghavan), Pradeep’s assistant, and badly making a song album singer Shamsu (Basil Joseph), Shajith’s best pal Mukesh (Nirmal Palazzi).
Divorce remains a touchy challenge, and when it comes to the court, you see all and sundry, from the decision to the passerby, commenting on the want to keep away from it. Only Shajith continues shouting that he wishes for one while his spouse asserts that she virtually likes him. They were collectively most uncomplicated for one week. While you could see why Shajith is annoyed with being forced into a marriage, you don’t certainly see how Kanthi has fallen for him. He is proven to be wholly detached all the time they’re together, now not hiding his displeasure on the whole deal. Sanileshan, you desire, had written higher into Kanthi’s man or woman to throw some light into her, the whys and whats of her.