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Release Date : 13 December 2012 (Kuwait)
Language : Malayalam
Genres : Comedy, Family
Director : Jeethu Joseph
Writers : Jeethu Joseph
Country : India
My Boss is a 2012 Malayalam romantic comedy film directed by Jeethu Joseph, starringDileep and Mamta Mohandas in the lead roles. It is the third film by Jeethu Joseph who previously directed Detective (2007) and Mummy & Me (2010). The film is produced byEast Coast Vijayan under the banner of East Coast Communications. It was filmed in Mumbai and various locales in Kerala.
The film is set in the backdrop of IT Industry. Dileep appears as a young software engineer working in Mumbai and who aspires to migrate to a foreign country while Mamta plays the role of his boss. An adaptation of the 2009 Hollywood film The Proposal which starred Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, My Boss released in Kerala on 10 November 2012, received a grand opening and turned out to be a commercial success.
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Actually, I love both the lead actors but the fact this story is taken from a Hollywood flick, THE PROPOSAL, I was disappointed by the remake.
it has a very large share of funny moments and Dileep is amazing at those time and even Mamata is bootylicious and perfect for the role as his boss. But what flawed in this movie was its vague storyline, idiotic screenplay and a near to poor ending. What was easily being a funny ride since the beginning turned out into a melodrama and then things turned ugly. I was taken aback how the character of the boss turned into a pussy cat for no reason whatsoever. If you are a serious cinema watcher, you WILL not like this movie.
Saikumar and Kalabhavan will tickle your bone, but My Boss is just below average with a very pathetic and expected ending.
WATCH OUT FOR: Mamata’s hot bod!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: No | Sex: No | Nudity: No | Mouth-Kiss: Yes | Violence: Mild
Gender wars have always been a fertile ground for humour. But the game of one-upmanship between the sexes is sometimes tedious and unacceptable as in director Jeethu Joseph’s latest Malayalam film My Boss starring Dileep and Mamta Mohandas. The film is a copy of the Hollywood film The Proposal (2009) that had Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds in the lead.
Manu Varma (Dileep) lands in Mumbai to join an IT firm as executive assistant to Priya Nair (Mamta Mohandas). He has a B Tech degree but no work experience. He is obviously over-qualified for the job and when asked about it he says it’s because of family issues. Manu’s boss Priya is a witch of a woman, an Australian citizen. She abuses her subordinates verbally and pulls them up for the slightest mistake. Manu Varma works his heart out for three months under his cruel boss.There is much slapstick as well as verbal comedy (the standard of which is better not described). Dileep is ably supported by Kalabhavan Shajon who plays an ‘all in one’ errand boy, Ali.Manu gets his chance to hit back at his boss when she has visa issues and is expecting a promotion to company head.
Priya cooks up a story that she is having an affair with Manu and they will soon be married. They have to act the part convincingly. Manu takes his bride-to-be to his home in God’s Own Country. There it is revealed that he is super rich with a palatial home and acres of farmland, a loving mother and doting grandmother. He had left home because he had issues with his father played by Saikumar, who was against Manu seeking a job and wanting to migrate to a western country. Again, lots of humorous situations pop up mostly inspired by the Priyadarshan classic Chithram (1988) as the lead pair play at being husband and wife. This film hugely depends on Dileep’s loud comedy. At first it looks like we may be lucky enough to see a sobered version of the actor but that idea is soon blown to pieces.Mamta Mohandas tries hard to match Dileep by using abusive English and calling her co-workers animal names. But she looks lost most of the time.Kalabhavan Shajon has been assigned the role of a sidekick that does not demand much. The surprise element is Saikumar who enacts some lighter moments rather well.
My Boss is the gender war played at ear-splitting volume.
The film was launched on 23 April 2012, with a pooja ceremony organised at Sarovaram in Kochi. The film started production in May 2012, and the major locales were Bombay and Alappuzha in Kerala.
Although the critical reactions were mixed to positive, the film was well appreciated by most audiences. The reviewer of Malayalam Net gave the movie a positive rating of 2.75/5 and said that “My Boss have something special in it to keep you entertained”.Sify.com gave the verdict “Masala Entertainer” and said, “With a brisk pace that barely gives much time to think, My Boss could be an entertaining affair, especially if you are not too bothered about the film’s inspirations and other nuances. This one is perhaps not meant to be taken too seriously and better enjoy this with a pack of popcorn!”
Paresh C. Palicha of Rediff.com gave the film a rating and concluded his review saying, “My Boss is the gender war played at ear-splitting volume.” He noted that the film “hugely depends on Dileep’s loud comedy” and is a blatant copy of The Proposal. Anand Hrishikesh of Flixmirror.com rated the film and commented “The story loosely adapted from Sandra Bullock starrer The Proposal has been localized pretty well by the screen writer and director Jeethu Joseph and the movie offers a lot of genuine moments of laughter. Dileep has done an excellent job portraying the character with ease and he is back to his original self of one liner comedies. Overall My Boss is a movie which you can enjoy with your family and have a good time laughing your hearts out but make sure you leave your brains back home.”.Ayyappan from tikkview.com commented Dileep as amazing for pulling off his role as IT professional in My Boss , “Dileep’s hero character who wants to run-away from Kerala and settle in Europe was a refreshing feel unlike the typical nostalgic ones. Techie hero who has the regional accent influence in English was a nice representation of 95% techies in India who believes ‘mine is neutral accent whereas all others speak regional English’ which really helped the movie to be portrayed as ‘today’s life’”. Ayyapan gave 3.1/5 for My Boss. Film review website Neelakkuyil.com also gave the film a rating of and stated, “My Boss definitely offers some hilarious moments and keeps you engaged throughout. On the whole, this movie tells a story that we have heard somewhere. But the movie offers some excellent performances by Dileep and co, and a neat job by the director.”
Metromatinee.com gave a positive review by saying “Dileep proves that he is the king of comedy.” Theaterbalcony.com gave positive review with a 77% rating and said that “Though some of the situations logic is questionable, with a good chemistry by leads and some sparking performances along with some hilarious situations, Jithu Joseph’ s My Boss will be a nice watch.”