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Review : "Mullamottum Munthiricharum"

Aneesh Anwar directed malayalam movie "Mullamottum Munthiricharum" offers some space to take good breath, but later on gets to the down in the sense of script. Director Aneesh Anwar used his direction pretty well, but here and there some zigzags in the script take the show away from him in this love triangle, while the story is good and we recommend it as a watchable one........

                       Here goes the story, Churatta Jose performed by Indrajith, takes the rescue of catching snakes when people asked him to do so and a part time rowdy. Churatta Jose offers his services as a goon to the landlords of his village. Mainly in the service of Sunny enacted by Tiny Tom, and Tomy performed by Ashokan. In this juncture
of his life Churatta Jose met Suchitra done by Meghnaraj, during one of his part time service as rowdy. All this hiccups began with the arrival of Kumaran in the life of Churatta Jose, Kumaran's daughter Suchitra and Rani Mol characterized by Ananya, are now the part of this love triangle and rest of the story revolve around the family of Kumaran and his daughters that led to the form up of "Mullamottum Munthiricharum".

                                  Indrajith as usual justified his character of Churatta Jose and Meghnaraj also managed her character pretty well. Ananya surprised with her bubbly acting in a humorous way. Thilakan, Tiny Tom, Ashokan, Praveena, Anil Murali, Kochupreman and others have made their characters suits to the occasion. Aneesh Anwar's debut malayalam movie discuss a healthy story, but the script by Biju K.Joseph fails to put up the impression. Its takes a long to finish, it may take the toll of audience.

                                            Sajith Vasudev's cinematography is appreciable in the background of Thodupuzha and Babu Rathnam cuts the reel nicely. Songs are nice with the hands of Mohan Sithara and lyrics from Engendiyoor Chandrashekharan and Kaithapram. Joseph Nellickal done the Art Direction. For the banner of Jyothirgamaya, Soman Pallattu and Mary Soman are the producers of this malayalam movie "Mullamottum Munthiricharum".

                                               Drop your opinions on this malayalam film "Mullamottum Munthiricharum" through comments........


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