Regardless of whether this ride of his would transform into one that is loaded with fun or would float towards the more regrettable is the thing that shapes the remainder of the story. Through the excursion, he experiences many high points and low points, and the significant exercise it instructs him about existence is the thing that sticks out.
Neeraj Madhav has figured out how to offer equity to this cut of-life film through his exhibition. Executive Basil Joseph goes about as the hero's closest companion Venkidi and helps grandstand their kinship well onscreen. Nonetheless, it is Gauthaman's relationship with his grandma, attempted by veteran on-screen character Valsala Menon that takes the cherry. On-screen character Biju Sopanam too makes his essence felt as Shibu aashan. Entertainer Punya Elizabeth, who made her introduction without hardly lifting a finger and her screen nearness merits referencing.
The tracks created by Ankit Menon are pleasant, with conspicuous artists Sooraj Santhosh, Gowry Lekshmi and Sid Sriram loaning their voice.
The movie, coordinated by Anand Menon, has strange visuals and draws out the significance of paying special mind to the straightforward delights of life. In spite of the fact that it is a sincere exertion, in view of the hugeness of cultivating values, a more endearing storyline could have given a couple of all the more great snapshots of takeaway.