Raghunandan is an ex-Bank of England employee who resigned his lucrative job because he was bored with the rather sedentary and mundane nature of his work. he chose journalism as his next ... See full summary »
Unemployed youth Appukuttan (Mohanlal) saves an heiress Chandra (Sukanya) and is mistaken for her husband. His juice vendor friend (Sreenivasan) also enters the fray and pretends to be ... See full summary »
First and foremost before criticizing the movie "Bhramaram", let me emphasize and applaud Ayjan Vincent who had enriched one of the best camera work in the recent years.
Blessy had bounced back with flare by presenting a simple story with emotions, fabulous frames, hunting moments and above all with mohanlal power packed performance which is said to be the potency of the movie. No doubt that it is one of the best mohanlal performances which remain long and even after a decade in all viewers of good cinema.
In the technical side, the movie had remained of the best movie by achieving highest level of beauty in severely extreme conditions which suits the mood of the story in a huge way. The music and BG scores by Mohan Sithara which is remarkable and adds to the tempo of the proceedings with the song "Annarakanna"-will make you hum to its tunes and perfection of the movie.
Even though the worst part I feel in the movie is casting like Bhoomika, as Mohanlal's wife, and the child actor as mohanlal daughter fail to make any impact on audience, which is the one of the central character of the movie. The subject of the movie is different from the oft-repeated tales in Malayalam films. Even though, there are few holes in the plot and the director fail to maintain the continuity of thriller. Blessy's directorial skills and his sense of picturesque presentation are amazing in some frames of the movie. But in some other frames, he failed to create the mood suitable enough for an experimental genre. The movie is said to be lagging and crawl in certain portion. If he had a taut script, the movie could have been even better.
Albeit, the movie is a watchable movie for all who love that good middle stream movies promulgate in the eighties by Padmarajan, Bhrathan and co.
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