My Santa is a Malayalam comedy thriller film directed by Sugeeth and written by Jemin Cyriac, starring Dileep, Sunny Wayne, Anusree and Kalabhavan Shajohn. The film is produced by Nishad Koya, Ajeesh OK, Sandra Maria Jose and Saritha Sugeeth for the banner of Wall Poster Entertainment. The songs are composed by Vidyasagar.
My Santa Review
Starts off with a great deal of noise, and by the end, the story reaches a level we never expected. This is the science of our mainstream cinema. It is the audience’s eagerness to know what the story is about through these slow-moving characters that catch the viewer in the theater for two and a half hours. My Santa is the basis of Dileep’s main role, which is the fun created through the relationship between a child and Santa Claus. My Santa’s first glimpse takes us to the memory of actor Dileep, who was once a favorite of the family audience. My Santa is also Dileep’s attempt to prove that he can still maintain the ethics of such an actor as an actor.
At the end of the first half of the film, Dilip appears in the role of Santa Claus. The storyline is a hierarchy. The main character is Anna, who lost her father and mother when they were young. This little boy’s prayers are for me to take him and her father to heaven once and for all. This Christmas, as the orphan girl wishes that Santa Claus would come and fulfill her dreams and dreams, begins a new story since Santa appears to her that night. The dramatic and often emotional scenes at the end of the film feel like the crap from the film’s director. My Santa is a beautiful and different endeavor, with two children’s innocent love on the edge. But at some point in the presentation, there is a layer. When Dileep goes to the last five or six-year-olds to explain to them what happened, the drama is overblown. As a mature and mature person, a child who listens to everything but the viewer will lose the originality of the film.