Synopsis/Plot : Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho is the feel-good entertainer which stars Kunchacko Boban and master Rudraksh Sudheesh in the lead roles. The movie, which is written and directed by Sidhartha Siva, is produced by Kunchacko himself, for Udaya Pictures
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Udaya Is Back With A Classy Entertainer!
KPAC is a decent entertainer which deals with a very simple plot and narrates it in a very beautiful manner. Kudos to the director Sidhartha Siva, for excellently portraying the viewpoint of children and making the complete use of the talents of his actors (more)
Source: Akhila Menon, One India
The story has what it takes to leave the viewers buoyed by satisfaction at the end and is also guaranteed to bring some tears to their eyes.
At a time when the new age movies are ridiculed for not weaving in family characters, Kochavva has them all - grandfather, grandmother, uncle, aunty, cousins... And that too, not for namesake presence. The film also makes the most of the rustic beauty of the natural locales in which it is shot. Even...(more)
Source: Deepa Soman, Times Of India
Of priceless quotes and predictable terrains...
A little more effort to sharpen or tighten the script would have infused much more vigor to Udaya's 67th venture, which is happening after a hiatus of almost three decades. But no harm at all inrelishing some feel-good reel fixations like KPAC during Onam. (more)
Source: Prem Udayabhanu, onlookersmedia
Winner all the way
This is truly a feel-good venture that will leave a smile on your face for a long time after you leave the theatre. (more)
Source: Paresh Palicha, Rediff.com
Good message, no preaching
Though motivational in outlook, Sidhartha makes it lively through humour and twists. Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho is a good example of how a National Award winner can shake off the tag to come up with a good commercial entertainer. (more)
Source: Aravind KS, Deccan Chronicle
Kochauvva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho has been made with genuine intentions. But you would need some real patience to admire it. (more)
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