The crew members says that bicycle is an important character in the movie. Raman takes advantage of a tradition of their house that not even one drop of blood should fall inside the house to keep himself alive. And his facial expressions and body language does full justice to the role. Nevertheless, Gopi Sunder should be credited for the theme song which helps the narrative set its tone. Later he decides to buy an auto rickshaw and reaches his village to borrow money from his mother for the same.
The rest of the event forms the crux of the plot. The movie is replete with sequences that could evoke laughter. It's true that Dileep has been an ever-favourite among kids and all those have a bit of childishness within them but this time, it's unlikely to work out despite the hero's repeated claim that he loves kids. Thomas has just one thing new— director, Suresh Divakar. The co-passenger of the couple, played by Pashanam Shaji, who has earned fame through comedy shows in Mazhavil Manorama channel, attempts to make the journey live, but the script doesn't support him.
Dileep has excelled as usual dong this genre. This lack in novelty is quite disappointing while at the same time quite comforting, since watching something we are so used to can make us relax. And ' Ivan Maryadaraman' can be easily counted as the latest of that sort. Some might not be able to digest the excessive exaggeration. Die hard Dileep fans surely would find the movie a mass entertainer, while others who are prone to get critical would find aplenty, reasons to point fingers against the movie. Suraj will lend his voice for an important character in the upcoming starrer.
. He used to carry the rice to the mill for processing on a bicycle. Over the years, we have learned that our directors set films in a typical 'border village' which houses the Gounter-like villain and his all-muscles and no-brain men, whenever they want to tell a tale which tests the audience's common sense. The simpleton - hero avatar suits him to the hilt. Once he reaches his village he ends up in his father's rivals krishnendu's home and later comes to know that they are awaiting to kill him. But once he reaches his village he is shocked to find a gang of people waiting there to kill him. The expected exaggeration and hyperbole that provides the comedy is all well.
The actors have all done well and Dileep is in his element as Raman, a simple villager on a cycle that talks. The lack of punch in the climax is another negative. While lack of originality and novelty is an aspect, the script too lags a lot, especially in the second half. But once he reaches his village he is shocked to find a gang of people waiting there to kill him. When everything else is cliched, the music part alone has no way out it seems. Plot The lead character Raman, enacted by Dileep, is an employee in a rice mill in Pune. Interestingly, the trap becomes his safe zone instead, as the villains believe that shedding blood inside the home will bring them bad luck.
Dileep, play the lead character Raman,an employee in a rice mill in Pune. Everything else- the plot, setting, dialogues and the stock of characters- reminds you of a number of films that you watched and enjoyed earlier, though this time around there is least scope for a bellyful laughter. At one point, Raman tells Krishna, who is a research scholar, that he doesn't know anything about PhD. As it happens in every film of this genre, the hero reaches the heroine's palatial home with a rather silly reason. One way to his hometown by train, he befriends a girl krishnendu, who happen's to be his father's arch enemy's daughter. Unbeknownst to him, her family has a long-standing feud with his family.
Some people never change and it's a deadly mistake to expect anything novel from them. The plot is so simple that all the complexities the writers have tried to weave look funny to an ordinary viewer. Suraj will dub the voice for the bicycle used by Dileep's character in the movie. But the best thing about this one is Dileep. The villain role played by a Telugu actor too looks well. In the train he comes across Nikki Galrani who belong to the rival camp and it does not take them long to fall in love.
But if you leave your brains at home and any thoughtful sensibility by the theatre door, you are in for a good time. Though the movie lacks a vital punch, it sure is a one- time watch family entertainer. The movie is produced by Anto Joseph and the music composed by Gopi Sunder. Later he decides to buy an auto rickshaw and goes to his village to borrow money from his mother to buy his dream vehicle. Ivan Maryadaraman Malayalam movie starring Dileep and Nikki Galrani in the lead roles. Later he decides to buy an auto rickshaw and goes to his village to collect the money that his parents invested in his name in a post office in his hometown 30 years ago. Suraj Venjarammoodu's presence in the film is limited to the dialogues he delivers as the voice of the cycle and that is quite funny.