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Cast: Vineeth Srinivasan (Nandu), Chemban Vinod (Maran), Nedumoodi Venu, Shreejith Ravi
Produced by: Bijoy Chandran
Release Date: 8th May, 2015
Oru Second Class Yatra (ഒരു IIക്ലാസ്സ് യാത്ര), a film by Jackson, has definitely disappointed the viewers. The screenplay chose to focus on weird jokes or giving cues with double meaning to the audience. Very badly knit storyline. It starts by the narration of Prithviraj and the training in a Police academy. The director chooses to project the voyeuristic attitude of a police officer with no good reason. After the initial frames of the police training academy, the shots move forward by four years by the police officers Joly and Balu being entitled with a responsibility to take two criminals from Kanoor jail to Trivandrum Poojapura jail. Yes, you guessed it right, one of the criminal is played by Vineeth Srinivasan (Nandu) and another one is Chemban Vinod (Maran). Two Police officers along with the two criminals start their journey in a train by 2nd class. The movie explores the sexual abuse story, but it falters completely. Some cheap jokes takes precedence. The plot didn’t shape up at all. Why and how Vineeth became a criminal is conveyed in a completely uninterested manner. Vineeth’s magic is completely missing from this movie. Filmmaker hasn’t instilled any passion into this film, story, characters.
Oru Second Class Yatra is absurd. Avoid it.
Rating: 0/5 (No Rating)