Rosapoo is a Malayalam comedy movie, directed by Vinu Joseph. The movie stars Biju Menon and Anjali in the lead roles.
|Kerala Box Office Collection||Collection||Gross|
|First Day Collection||1.77 Lakhs||1.77 Lakhs|
|7nd Day Collection||1.70 Crore|
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Rosapoo Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
|Rosapoo Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Rosapoo||Vinu Joseph|
|Release date of Rosapoo||February9, 2018|
|Hero of Rosapoo||Biju Menon|
|Heroine of Rosapoo||Anjali|
|Running time||163 minutes|
|Production Company||Thameens Films , |
|Latest News about Rosapoo||Latest News|
Rosapoo Movie Review
Business, almost certainly, is a bet and a great many people who dive into it battle big time before woman fortunes favors them. What’s it that inspire them to hold on regardless of mishaps, until the point that they achieve the shores of wealth? Chief Vinu Joseph tries to investigate the different hilarious and testing parts of it, through his comic drama dramatization Rosapoo.
Shanu (Biju Menon) and Ambros (Neeraj Madhav) are set for profit, by snare or law breaker. The story, set in Fort Kochi and Chennai is generally about filmmaking, the battles of the team off camera at different levels. It likewise tries to give a solid message about how, not at all like the normal man observation, female on-screen characters can’t be compared to an ‘accessible ware.’
The film’s first half builds up the preface, demonstrating how the lead couple dodge the cash banks and attempt one thing after the other to survive. The story endeavors to exhibit the different phases of motion picture making, the suppositions behind the procedure, the impulse engaged with making a specific sort of motion picture, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Kollywood on-screen character Anjali has done her part well as an artiste thus has Soubin Shahir through his mind, ordering an eager generation controller. As a trying, decent hearted movie producer, Neeraj Madhav has done his part well. Biju Menon engages, at whatever point he gets an opportunity to mouth a turn of phrase.
On the filp side, the film just gets decreased to one of the stories that attempt to demonstrate the endeavors behind a component film, without adding any intriguing measurement to it. With the exception of the melody Kochi Kayalil, the rest don’t strike you at all or add to the film’s amusement esteem. In spite of being advanced on the lines of a comic drama flick, Rosapoo doesn’t offer an incentive for your cash with any noteworthy bit of amusingness. The primary half emerges independent from anyone else, without charming you about what comes next or how the story can proceed. The second half gets superfluously dragged, with exhausting insights about the different components that go into sensible acting. In the event that those were altered out to make the story crisper, it would have made the account somewhat less ordinary.
Giving Rosapoo a miss wouldn’t cost you much, unless you are a diehard enthusiast of Biju Menon or Neeraj Madhav.