Synopsis/Plot : Sleevachan is a farmer and the sole breadwinner of his family, consisting of his mother and four older sisters. After getting all his sisters married, he decides to marry himself and accepts the first proposal that comes his way. As the wedding date approaches, Sleevachan worries about how his married life will go as he lacks the ability to relate to women who are not his mother or sister. How Sleevachan copes with the situation forms the rest of the story.
A pleasant love-after-marriage story
There are no tense, twisty moments. It's a simple story, nicely acted by even the supporting cast, and actually feels quite pleasant to watch an uncomplicated love story that makes you tear up and smile at the end.(more)
Source: Anna Mathews, Times Of India
This Asif Ali Movie Will Make You Smile & Think!
Kettiyolaanu Ente Malakha is a beautiful, sensitive take on the least-discussed aspects of marriage and love after marriage. This Asif Ali movie will definitely make you smile and think.(more)
Source: One india, One India
Asif Ali is superb in a flawed but important film
Kettyolaanu Ente Malakha addresses a thought-provoking issue dealt by many married couples(more)
Source: Sanjith Sidhardhan, The New Indian Express