Jinoy Jibit's film Kozhipporu, set in the natural underbelly of Ernakulam, begins with an 'enlivened from genuine occasions' disclaimer. Certainly, the story is one that could have occurred in any area, however most likely not something that has enough show or amusement to justify a film.
Mary and Beena, who are neighborhood buddies, purchase a couple of chickens together and raise them with extraordinary consideration. Once, Mary sees her chicken on Beena's porch, and suspects that is the place it lays eggs. The misconception turns the companionship monstrous and it gets amplified when they find their youngsters are taking part in an extramarital entanglements.
The film, with an eighties-tinged story, may have seemed well and good whenever discharged decades back. Truly, certain stretches of it can offer you some wistfulness with its local fellowship, and a kind of this world. All the on-screen characters, Pouly, Jolly, Navajith, Veena and others, include performed well inside the constrained extent of the story.
In any case, the film may, best case scenario presumably help you to remember a likewise senseless episode that can be a five-minute story you calmly describe. The basic reason unquestionably had some potential whenever took care of reasonably, however the film is very short on any novel diversion or narrating. The advancements are reasonably interesting. There are largely conceivable platitudes that one can anticipate from a story of the class. The closure, specifically, could barely be lazier. The film is only 99 minutes yet on occasion, one can't resist feeling it's despite everything moderate. Kozhipporu is regularly just a local fight you may coolly take a brief look at, while occupied with some other work.