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IMDB Rating: 7.2/10
Directed: Jean Paul Lal
Released Date: 20 Dec 2019
Types: Action, Comedy
Film Stars: Prithviraj Sukumaran, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Miya George
Movie Quality: 1080p, 720p, 480p Web-DL
File Size: 2.4GB, 1.2GB, 400MB
Story: A famous actor needs to renew his driver’s licence, and the motor vehicle agent is a fan of his, but a series of misunderstandings causes a great deal of friction.
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The core theme of Driving Licence rests on the strong shoulders of fandom and moral behaviour and I can’t stop but praise writer Sachi for reigniting the topic (popularly last seen in the 2016 Hindi film Fan). In this entertaining drama with enough doses of almost all elements that the Malayalam audience desires in an entertainer, director Lal Jr puts a modern deity and his devotee in a ring and lets them drive the story. Prithviraj’s actor character experiences turmoil when he gets involved in a ‘battle of who’s the hero’ with his fan (Suraj Venjaramoodu), an RTO inspector, after the former’s driving licence is misplaced. What follows is a morality play as both the characters pull up their socks to show who’s the boss and who’s the weakling. In one way, it reminded me of a previous Prihviraj-starrer, Ayalaum Njanum Thammil (2012), where the conflict is in the medical field. Here, the writer and director have used a very relevant social setting (with ample showering of potshots at current affairs plaguing Mollywood) to show how the human mind works where egos have their own way. Driving Licence is fun to watch, but the hyperbole involved in the proceedings – which should have been ideally as realistic as possible – takes some fun out of it for a pedantic viewer like me. The spectacle involving the RTO elements is what made me laugh a few times, in addition to where I actually laughed thanks to the intended humour that is present sporadically. Forget that, and you will enjoy this drama where performances are superior, pace is perfect, and the message that you finally take away a much-needed one. Give it a go. TN.