Review: My Boss
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Story: The film centres around
Priya Nair (Mamta) and
Manu Varma (Dileep)
who agree for a fake marriage agreement to meet their career prospects.
Review: In My Boss, Jithu Joseph recycles the common
theme of making a man and woman hate each other intensely while driving them
into an inseparable affair. My Boss, which closely resembles the
American romantic comedy 'The Proposal', genuinely offers some
delightful moments and thankfully it all belongs to Dileep.
Mamta as the taut, work-obsessed boss, Priya Nair, forces her office assistant,
Manu Varma, effortlessly played by Dileep, to a marriage proposal. Manu, who had
till then appeared as a country bumpkin, too indulges in his own schemes to
materialise his overseas dreams and promotion. In a bid to convince his parents,
both visit his beautiful village.
A transformation is due and despite its predictability, My Boss works
due to its charm. Manu's family, as expected, comprises a constantly worrying
but loving mother, a devout grandmother and a stern father who buries his
affection for Manu till the film nears its climax. An urbane woman with a
botched up past finds a whole new world with this family.
Read full review from Times of India