‘Panni Kutty’ movie review: A benign funny that is certainly dead on coming

by Glenn Maxwell

Anucharan’s encouraging very first Kirumi gave us the idea he is probably the new crop of filmmakers we require to watch out for. Lately, his Suzhal – that he co-directed with Bramma – reaffirmed that idea. Barely a couple weeks following basking in the success of the collection, Anucharan’s Panni Kutty hits screens. And that is certainly not good news.

A wannabe comedy-of-problems, this Anucharan directorial – meant to launch in 2019 – looks outdated featuring its juvenile plot and an archaic group of jokes which make you would like to pull out the hair. Furnished with a battalion of funny famous actors such as Karunakaran, Yogi Babu, Ramar, Thanga Durai and Singam Puli, Panni Kutty attempts to perform for their strengths, as Anucharan requires the hit.

A piglet operates amok splitting two organizations looking for it. At least this seems to be the concept on paper. Panni Kutty needed a meaty script, bigger budget and a better set of actors, if that were the case.

Every “joke” you get is a one half-laugh. You wait for the actual “joke” to area at some point however it turned out to be a long and unsatisfying wait around. I noticed dispersed laughs through the crew and cast with whom I caught the show. Possibly these are required to chuckle. I am just not.

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