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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Review : "Aamayum Muyalum"

'Aamayum Muyalum' Malayalam movie review
One of the most reputed directors of Indian cinema, Priyadarshan is back with "Aamayum Muyalum" Malayalam movie. It is the remake of his 2006 released Bollywood flick "Malamaal Weekly" and at that time movie was surprise hit. Festival time is on, who knows this one too grab some marks, otherwise this remake has nothing special to gloat about and the film is just a one time watch......


Poster of Aamayum Muyalum movie
 It was Naseeruddin Shah in Hindi version and in Malayalam we have Mohanlal for character's 
narration. The story sets in the village, where a lady landlord (Sukanya) is making villager's life an arduous one. On the other side it has Kashinathan (Nedumudi Venu) a lottery vendor, who gets to know that one of his sold out ticket, won the first prize of Rs. 5 crore.

 To find out the winner, Kashinathan decides to arrange a party for those and the actual person Antony (Nandhu) didn't turn up for the occasion. Kashinathan gets into the serious trouble when he found Antony dead and from there on series of characters Nallavan (Innocent), Kallu (Jaysurya) arrives in place to encash this fortune, which forms the rest of the part.

 It is unambiguous that director Priyadarshan is looking to grab his lost touch, but it couldn't possible without a real film. With this feeble script, he is only just diluting all those past sequences of his directorial films. Nevertheless he absolutely understand the business pretty well.

 Lagging part was too much of character's chaos to stretch the length. On technical aspect, Divakar Mani's cinematography adapts beautiful scenes and Ayyappan Nair's editing could have been adjusted to harmonize the narration. M G Sreekumar's music fails to live up to the circumstances.

 Jayasurya is included in the cast as crowd-puller, so does the female lead Piaa Bajpai. The main plot revolves around Nedumudi Venu and Innocent, where they easily generate space for humour. Innocent had also acted as 'Anthony' in "Malamaal Weekly", otherwise actors have changed with same characters. Anoop Menon was nice in his small appearance. 

 Harishree Ashokan, Sukanya, Ambika, Nandhu, Mamukkoya, KPAC Lalitha, Kochupreman, Edavela Babu and others have just maintained their flow with dialogues. For the banner of Full House Entertainment, Jaison Pullikkoottil is the producer of this film.

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