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Review : "Namukku Parkkan"

Aji John directed malayalam movie "Namukku Parkkan" define some emotional elements of a family that may touch your heart with its simple story. Director and Scriptwriter maintain to put the light on the realities in a middle class Kerala families. Some good performances.... and in totality it could be a nice watch.....


                     "Namukku Parkkan" builds out a story of a family consist of Rajeevan portrayed by Anoop Menon, who is a veterinary doctor and his better half Renuka performed by Meghnaraj, is a school teacher and they have their two daughters. while living in a rented home, Rajeevan and his wife's dream is to make their own home to settle happily in the nature's space. But the problem
is started to begin for Rajeevan as he's the guy to make way to settle the life of his elder brother Balan enacted by Tiny Tom, and his younger brother Prasad characterized by Sudheesh. Rajeevan's expected home gone far from his dreams during these struggling days.


                                  While on this living with family, Rajeevan get a notice to vacate their current home and find some other home for their family. In this  moment story turns to the new way of thinking with Rajeevan decide to put his ideals a side, that led to the rest of the story. Simple and short dialogues used well by the makers. Anoop Menon and Meghnaraj again continued their good chemistry from their earlier film "Beautiful". Watch out for the Police Inspector done by Jayasurya as it be the surprising element and Nandu, Ashokan, Kaviyoor Ponamma, Tiny Tom, Sudheesh and others made their decent efforts to put their characters alive and At last voice over by Mohanlal suits the occasion.


                                       Visuals also framed quite nicely by S.B.Prajith and Script by Jayan and Sunoj remind you some kind of serials, but they managed to put some good stuff. Samjith's editing is also give it a nice cut. Songs are okay with the composition from Ratheesh Vegha and lyrics put on by Anoop Menon. For the banner of Jithin Arts, Joy Thomas Shakthikulangara produced this malayalam movie "Namukku Parkkan" is brought to the theatres by Jithin Arts Release.


                                            If you made it to this malayalam film "Namukku Parkkan", just have your say through comments............

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