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Review : "Second Show".

"Second Show" directed by newcomer Srinath Rajendran, crafted so perfectly that perhaps you would have been gripped to your seat while watching this movie, Unconventional story makes you to think on some pattern, while it being the new one to watch. All and all "Second Show" is a treat to watch. Thumbs up for the team of "Second Show", especially the script is the major part by Vini Vishwalal. Dulquar Salman announced his entry to the league of young superstars to come.

                         Story telling so evident from the starting that Lalu enacted by Dulquar Salman, speaks out his past to a unknown person at a bus stop, which rolls the story of "Second Show". Lalu works with
the Sand Mafia while staying with his mother performed by Rohini and his best friend Kurudi essayed by Sunny Sujith (best character you came across this movie). Lalu used to the lifestyle of a rich that he and his group of friends, Vikatan, Neerali and others can do anything for sort of money. Even they make it to the smuggling world. Female lead of "Second Show" Gauthami Nair plays the character of Geethu, love interest of Lalu.Baburaj summarised the character of a local thug Vavachan, while Sudesh Berry came up with his own style in the character of Vishnu Bardhan. Kunjan also made his part well to complete the cast.

                                         DOP by Pappu is looked shaky at times but managed to go through. Vini Vishwalal and Srinath Rajendran experimented with something new to the Malayalam Cinema which needs the special mention. While watching this movie may be some violent breeze can pass through your body due to the fine BGM by  Rex Vijayan. Music is appreciated by the lover of songs with the hands of Kaithapram, Engendiyoor Chandrashekharan, Sudhi Vellamanoor who penned lyrics tuned by Nikhil Rajan and Avial Band. Ranganath Ravee done the good job with the Sound Designing. Editing done by Praveen K.L. and Sreekanth N.B., meanwhile Director Jayaraj's assistant Srinath Rajendran debuted with the good movie. AOPL Entertainments Banner producing this malayalam movie "Second Show" has no shines of a stars son making his first appearance. Simple and nice approach with the new faces works out for the crew of "Second Show".

                                     If you had already made it to this malayalam film "Second Show", so don't forget to drop your comments.................




  1. Superb movie,. Dulquar kollam achante mon thanne, athe nadatham(ikkante glamour illa,bt defnitly style undu). kurudi kalaki,.Srinath sir u have won the respect of youth keep up the good work.


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