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Saturday, August 23, 2014

"Munnariyippu" Malayalam movie review

'Munnariyippu' Malayalam movie review
Scripting has been done in a phenomenal way that C K Raghavan's life straightly touch the heart. Scenarist Unni R find success in carving character's frame of mind in a perfect milieu. After long 15 years, Venu's second directorial explores depth in the story and what to say without any masala entertainment, "Munnariyippu" Malayalam movie still spellbound you, don't miss this one...

 It starts off with a freelance journalist Anjali Arakkal (Aparna Gopinath) and
she wants to do something different in writing, where she had done many articles, but it wouldn't quench her thirst to reach that repute of a dignified writer. Something unexpected was waiting for her in the central jail, where she was supposed to meet jail superintendent (Nedumudi Venu) for his autobiography.

 In this piece of work, Anjali confronts with different jail official and this conversation leads to prisoner named C K Raghavan (Mammootty). He is sentenced to jail on the charges of double murder. Anjali's encounter with this convict turns out to be a refresher and make her more eager to know more about his life, which forms the crux of this story.

 After the movie "Daya" (1998), cinematographer Venu has returned to direction and simply set on the aesthetic pleasure on the frames. One must applause, the way he maintained the narration through applying coordination between his story and script. No words for visual composition, as director knows how to capture the senses through his lenses. 

 Another intriguing factor here is script of Unni R, who has taken the protagonist character to diverse level. The character communicate through his apathetic behaviour to the journalist, details out his idiosyncratic thoughts behind the script.

 National award winner editor Beena Paul has struck the scissors in appropriate moments to make the things in tandem. Bijibal's background score suits the occasion, while art department and other technicians have delivered their best.

 Although it wasn't that challenge for actor Mammootty to perform C K Raghavan on screen, but the nobility and eminence he showcased with the character is influential one. Aparna Gopinath picked the journalist spot in astonishing manner. Prithviraj too appeared in a nice cameo role. Nedumudi Venu, Joy Mathew, Prathap Pothan, Saiju Kurup, Sudheesh, Renji Panicker, Joshy Mathew, Sreeraman and others have given their adequate support to the story telling. For the banner of Gold Coin Motion Pictures, Ranjith is the producer of this film.

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