Thrissivaperoor Kliptham, directed by debutant Ratheish Kumar, is one of the most anticipated movie of the year with the mass teaser trailer. Based on the lives of many in Thrissur, the movie is a complete entertainer with fresh characters and new way of approaching the story. Thrissivaperoor Kliptham stands away from the concept of hero centric movies and its difficult to find the hero as everyone has an equally important role. Though ‘gang war’ is the theme, the movie doesn’t deal with blood shedding fights or violence but a healthy competition between two prominent men in the city. The attempt by the debutant Ratheish Kumar to bring all those characters together has resulted well and the viewers has got a colourful entertainer. The culture, beauty and all those factors that make Thrissur as the Cultural Capital of Kerala is wonderfully explored by the director in the movie.
Thrissivaperur Kliptham narrates the story of a kick ass gang led by David Pauly, played by Chemban Vinod Jose. David Pauly and Joy Chembadan go way back and are arch enemies. Both David and Joy do not let opportunity to create trouble in each other’s life go. Through an interesting turn of events, Girija Vallabhan played by Asif Ali joins David’s gang. This is when David and his gang gets a chance to make Joy Chembadan look bad in public. What they plan to happen and what actually happens forms the crux of Thrissivaperur Kliptham. Asif Ali is striking again after Sunday Holiday, which is considered as the best feel good movie of the year, through Thrissivaperoor Kliptham as Girijavallabhan. The name itself shows a difference and his innocent looking but crooked character too. He scores in most of the scenes with his performance. Chemban Vinod Jose, who is an inevitable part Thrissur based movies, never gives up with character of David Pauly and Babu Raj too gives a heroic villain image as Joy Chembadan throughout the movie. The audacious and bold Bhageerathi is safe in the hands of Aparna Balamurali and she definitely makes a number of fans now with her performance.
Thrissur is always known for its people who always work as a team for everything. Their intimacy, co-operation are always noted by everyone. Thrissivaperoor Kliptham has also such many characters who take the story to a higher level. David Pauly’s gang marks throughout with their performance including Irshad as Kargil Bahuleyan, Dr Rony as Philip Kannadakkaran and Maheshinte Prathikaram fame Achuthanandan. Joy Chembadan’s group is not behind including Vijayakumar, Balaji Sharma and all. But it was Sreejith Ravi’s S I Chellappu aka Shehladan who has stolen the show with his impeccable performance. They all had their own roles to be done and they did it with perfection. Sudheesh as ‘Rent A Star’ gives him a lot to perform after a long time. Rachana Narayanankutty, Zarina Wahab, Abi, Sunil Sugatha, Jewel Mary and all others contributed with their best. The school days were shot wonderfully and the casting of teen Chemban and teen Baburaj are undoubtedly sensational.
Thrissivaperoor Kliptham is a well driven attempt from a wonderful team and this entertainer gets its perfection with the script by P S Rafeeque and never fails to loose the beauty of Thrissur at any point. Swaroop Philip moved his camera through all those lives in the city and the surroundings in a pleasing way. Bijibal is living with story and his music comes along with the movie and he proves his magical skills again. Shameer Muhammed brings the final output by joining all the lives and incidents in one thread and it makes the audience happy. As a whole, Thrissivaperoor Kliptham is surely a colourful entertainer for this weekend and enjoy it with a festive mood and you will enjoy it.