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Cert 12A
150 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent strong language, moderate threat, suicide theme

I have been watching Malayalam cinema for eight years and I still don't chime with the fascination of its greatest superstar... Mohanlal.
To me, he looks like a middle-aged/old bloke who is still chasing his youth by playing parts which are way too young for him.
What's more his delivery of dialogue and dancing seem bizarrely stiff to me.
The last time I heaped such criticism on him, a fan responded by saying that I should examine his back catalogue to understand his qualities.
I hate to think what might have happened if Manju Warrier's character Meenukutty had read my views. She would probably catch a plane to the UK to give me a piece of her mind.
Meenukutty was born on the same day that Mohanlal's first picture was released and since childhood has been obsessed with him.
The problem is that, after a while, she begins to look mentally disturbed so much is her life dominated by 'Lalettan'.
This is a particular problem for her husband (Indrajith Sukumaran) who is telling her story to a stranger at a railway station as he prepares to commit suicide.
Yep, that doesn't seem such a giggle either, does it?
The longer Mohanlal goes on, the thinner its 'joke' wears and the clearer it becomes that Meenukutty needs medical help.
Her problems are exacerbated by her nearest and dearest tolerating her devotion to the movie star at the exception of everything else.
Indeed, she scarcely seems to have any empathy for anything or anyone who is not associated with Mohanlal.
I have to accept that many many Indian cinema-goers will find fun in Sajid Yahiya's film and empathy with Meenukutty because of their own Mohanlal fandom.
Because he has never resonated with me, I wasn't its ideal target audience. I just found it daft and a bit irritating.

Reasons to watch: An unusual comedy
Reasons to avoid: Far far too long

Laughs: A couple of chuckles

Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Director quote - Sajid Yahiya; "There is always a reason for a fan, why she or he becomes a committed fan. There is an emotional connect of a huge actor or star to an ordinary person’s life, reasons which we may not often know or understand. My film was borne out of that basic thought.” 

The big question - How far does fandom go before it is a mental illness?

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