About the movie
Lollypop is about the story of a young man Franco and his sister Jennifer, who runs an automobile workshop at fort cochi. Having lost their parents at a very young age, they were brought up by Fr. Kuriakose a priest who is also a lawyer. Franco’s friend Eby a junior doctor in the nearby hospital has a huge crush on Franco’s sister Jenny. Jenny has an enemy in the college called Rose and interestingly, Franco falls in love with Rose. Paachi a pickpocket enters at this stage. Paachi tries to pickpocket Franco, but is caught red-handed. Later, they become friends and Paachi becomes a worker at Franco’s workshop. Paachi coming into Franco’s life and how Franco tries to settle the Jenny-Rose fight forms the crux of the story.
About the characters
Malayalam’s youthful heroes Prithviraj, Kunchacko Boban and Jayasurya team up once again with Lollipop, which is directed by Shafi. Prithviraj was enacted as Franco and Roma as his sister jenny in the film. Jayasurya is paachi the pick pocket in the film. But we can see over acting by Prithviraj, and Jayasurya & their inabilities to manage comedy well. The role of rose jenny’s arch rival in the college is done by Bhavana and the junior doctor Eby is Kunchacko Boban. Fr .Kuriakose’s role is handled by comedian Salim Kumar. The tomboyish performance from Roma is just a repetition of Chocolate. Bhavana has nothing to do than just listening to the macho styled Pritvi as she’s his lover.
Kunjakko Boban is like as he’s always – fair & handsome gentleman – for whom any girl will fall for! Salim Kumar is simply good. Like many of his previous movies, his comic tactics has worked this time too. Suraj Venjaramood is also just fine, though irritating many times, he managed to make people laugh atleast with his witty pranks
About the direction
The film is directed by Shafi and scripted by Benny.P.Nayarambalam but unfortunately both the script and direction is not up to mark. We can observe a bad scripting & bad execution of script from Shafi the director. Music is done by Alex Paul and the songs are just okay types.
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