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"Thattathin Marayathu" Malayalam movie review

Feel good factor is back with the love blossoms around you while you watching this Vineeth Sreenivasan directorial "Thattathin Marayathu" Malayalam movie. Each frames cascaded with the happening of feel that we call love, that takes you to the innocence, pain and goodness that expressed the beauty of this romantic tale. Definitely see this one to feel "Thattathin Marayathu"....

 Umachikuttiye Premicha Nairude Katha....., Story is all set in Thalassery where Vinod
portrayed by Nivin Pauly, who comes from the hindu family, while not so a poor student. Vinod's love towards Ayisha enacted by Isha Talwar, gets to an obsession and even things are like that he can't move without thinking about Ayisha, who hails from a Muslim family. Apart from that her family came from the rich and powerful society. Vinod and Ayisha's first interaction put Vinod in an romantic feel that later on describe the beauty of Ayisha throughout.

 One of the incidents led them to the police station, where the story began to sail, Sub Inspector Prem Kumar performed by Manoj K.Jayan, put on every effort to help Vinod in his saga of love story, that led up to the rest of this tale. Nivin Pauly and Aju Varghese who performed the character of Abdu, sinks well to put on the good show. Isha Talwar beautifully made her debut in Malayalam films, While Manoj K.Jayan, Sreenivasan, Manikuttan, Sunny Wayne, Aparna Nair and others made up to the taste.

 Vineeth Sreenivasan showed up his talent with some good narration and theme is perfect, good script that bound viewers pretty well. Another one to mention without it couldn't be complete Jomon T.John, this is the man behind whole brilliant romantic frames, while Ranjan Abraham's cuts add up to the success. Music wasn't go wrong particularly with Vineeth Sreenivasan, songs rocking the chart needn't any claims, with the hands of Shaan Rahman and lyrics by Engendiyoor Chandrashekharan, Anu Elizabeth and the director himself. Lumiere Film Company Banner, Mukesh and Sreenivasan produced this film is being distributed across the screens by L.J.Films.

 Share your feel about this "Thattathin Marayathu" movie review through your valuable comments........


  1. nice review...just a suggestion..a grammar check would have been nice.

  2. good one.. umachi kuttiye premicha nairude katha rocks..

  3. simply superb. this movie is worthy of watching more than once. nivin, aju and isha were excellent. sunny wayne also rocked. all the credit goes to vineeth sreenivasan. thanks to vineeth and all the crew of TM for making this wonderful movie. its a must watch film. i'm still in the hangover of the movie. gonna watch again. umachikuttiyum nairum manassil ninnum pokunnilla. loved the film so much. i rate this movie 9/10.

  4. enna's really like our luv............!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. really............wndrful.............real luv..........v are the victims of it...........


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