As Valentine's month finds some conclusion, film goers get a charge of romantic tales on the cinema. Coordinated by debutante Sreedev Kappur and composed by Saju Kodiyan, Love FM rotates around adoration that rises above two ages.
In a significant Shakespearean wind, Love FM is about a terrible romantic tale that frequents the people to come. It begins with a Murphy radio and finishes at a FM station. The romantic tale of Gafoor and Rabiya couldn't succeed, however in what capacity will Ghazal and Rabiya Jr passage?
Love FM is conspicuously Shakespeare meets Emily Brontë, just sans all the comforts. With the exception of the title, the film needs vigorously in the enthusiastic remainder. In the entire two hours of run time, the watcher isn't made to put resources into any of the characters or their feelings. It has a story fit for the 60s. In the event that it were only for the retro impact in the flashbacks, it kind of works. In any case, since the present-day accounts don't beat that, one may figure it wasn't done only for the impact. For a film that runs a ticker expressing 'brutality against ladies is deserving of law' in any event, when the men beat up one another, none of the female characters have any office. There is no understanding of decision or assent, in any event, for the lead who is depicted as flighty disapproved. It must be recollected that incredible romantic tales were not made out of whimsical mindedness!
Sarath Appani is a decent entertainer. On the off chance that lone he had something to do here. Malavika Menon helps one to remember days gone by on-screen characters. In any case, other than that, her character needs measurement. It talks more about the unidimensional composition than about the on-screen characters and their gauge.
Love FM has an outwardly engaging account. The casings are attractive in a worn out, music video-esque way. Splendid, intense hues which give differentiation and toughness. The craftsmanship bearing merits a gesture of congratulations for an occupation progressed nicely.
Malayalam film has been honored with various grounds romantic tales that has made ages fall, guiltlessly and sincerely, for gooey sentiments. Also, notwithstanding being a grounds story that brags of two romantic tales two ages separated, Love FM doesn't merit a seat in that lobby of notoriety. Love FM has a story that is as tasteless as its exhibitions, that ought to have remained on the 60s.