Varnyathil Aashanka, starring Kunchacko Boban, Chemban Vinod Jose, Suraj Venjarumoodu, Manikandan R Achari and Shine Tom Chacko in main roles, was released across India on Friday, August 4. The movie has been garnering a positive response from the audience and critics alike. The movie is said to have made a business of Rs 1.94 lakh from 13 shows at the five multiplexes in Kochi, while collection from Ariesplex multiplex in Thiruvananthapuram is approximately just Rs 15,000.
The theme here revolves around the heist operation executed by a bunch of local thieves who were all looking for that big opportunity. In the city of Thrissur due to a political conflict, a party worker dies and predictably a Hartal was called. Varnyathil Aashanka shows us the execution of this plan and how certain unprecedented involvements took it to an entirely different level.
The movie is a mixture of the conventional entertainment and modern day making style of keeping things natural and real. Varnyathil Aashanka is one movie you should definitely try. It may not be an out of the box theme or exceptional execution. But the 136 minutes of this movie is never boring and the screenplay completely invests in focusing on its final target. I enjoyed it.
The story gets plump when Sivan and Co. victimize a simpleton named Dayanandan during one of their escapades. Dayandan (Suraj Venjaramoodu) is a former bar employee, who has lost his job after the bar closure and is tired of the reproaches of his nagging wife Karthika (Rachana Narayanankutty).