Family dramas have always been the mainstay of Mollywood and director Siddique has given us a number of such movies with heart-thumping romance, rip-roaring comedy and gut-wrenching drama. A similar fare from the director’s kitty, Fukri, is an out-and-out entertainer which revolves around an aristocratic family of the same name.
The film is well received by critics all over. Here’s what critics have to say about Fukri.
The positive in the screenplay is that it has many ‘laugh out loud’ moments embedded in it. Lucky and his friends are in the driver’s seat in this half-baked entertainer.
Behindwoods – (2.5/5). read full review here.
Jayasurya is a versatile actor who is particularly a joy to watch in the comic space, Fukri does conjure up a string of episodes and conversations to tickle the funny bone, the first half is certainly an enjoyable ride,
firstpost – (2.5/5). read full review here.
The estranged relationship between family members due to inter-religious love affairs is a frequently explored cinematic trope in the country. Siddique’s new film Fukri too has such an old wine of a plot, but he has stored it in a likable, humorous bottle that serves enough of screwball comedy to entertain you.
Times of India – (3/5). read full review here.
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