Synopsis/Plot : Police constables Balagopal (Sreejith Ravi) and Jolly Kurien (Joju George) have been at odds for years but are under orders to transfer two prisoners from Kannur to Trivandrum. They board the Parasuram express with the handcuffed inmates. While at the Kayamkulam station, prisoner Nandu (Vineeth Sreenivasan) escapes. The two officers get off the train at the next stop with second inmate Maran (Chemban Vinod Jose) and hope to find the missing Nandu before the day ends.
Just before the climax where the story takes a thriller-like turn, there are hardly any nail-biting moments.
Oru Second Class Yatra has a promising premise, but ends up being just half of what it aspires to be. Two convicts with conflicting personalities and events that shaped them up, cops who can't see eye to eye accompanying them, a long train journey and nostalgia-triggering flashback sequences complet...(more)
Source: TNN, Times Of India
Oru Second Class Yathra has a novel theme, yet the execution could have been better.
The first half of the movie is replete with some genuine humor as we are introduced to two jailbirds Nandu (Vineeth Sreenivasan) and Maaran (Chemban Vinod) guarded by two police constables Jolly Kurien (Joju George) and Balagopal (Sreejith Ravi) on their journey from Kannur to Thiruvanathapuram Cent...(more)
Source: IndiaGlitz , IndiaGlitz.com
Oru Second Class Yathra is as enjoyable as a trip in a second-class compartment of a train.
In fact, it is Chemban Vinod Jose who carries the film in his shoulders. Sreejith Ravi and Joju George have performed well too. Just like the title suggests, Oru Second Class Yathra is as enjoyable as a trip in a second-class compartment of a train. Of course, we all travel in those compartment...(more)
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